Wednesday, January 16, 2008

1943: A "Wiper" in Clinton Iowa giving a giant H class locomotive a bath of live steam


Originally uploaded by The Library of Congress


In Clinton, Iowa Viola Sievers cleans a massive steam engine as part of the US WWII War Effort. Taken by Jack Delano and part of the US Library of Congress War Photo Collection.

8 comments:

Richard Majece said...

I used to learn algebra in college. And I must say it was great experience to learn something new.

MartinLeo said...

Thanks for this amazing information. Loved it.
calculate your GPA

ErrorCheck said...

Great thought.

Ishika Khanna said...

Thanks for this amazing information. Loved it.

James Cameron said...

A steam locomotive is a steam locomotive, no matter where in the world it was built, so the same components are going to connected in the same way, Are you facing WELTMAN WEINBERG & REIS Debt Collection Harassment? Give us a shout today & get rid of phone harassment from this agency etc.

Unknown said...

The first successful locomotives were built by Cornish inventor Richard Trevithick, Bank Jobs in Pakistan for Fresh Graduates 2019 available.

Michael James said...

The problem of adhesion was finally solved by William Hedley with a design which applied power to the rails through two sets of Driving wheels. Assignment Writing Help

Michael James said...

The simplest of these is the hand brake, which is comparable to the parking brake in an automobile. dissertation help price