R.G. LeTourneau’s Overland Trains were not the first large rubber tires to navigate the extreme snow and ice. When Dr. Thomas C. Poulter received notification… Read More »The Overland Trains weren’t the First Big Wheels on the Snow
LeTourneau Inc.’s Sno-Buggy and Swamp-Buggy were built from the same machine; they had the same serial number. When the Sno-Buggy went to Greenland for testing,… Read More »What’s the Difference Between the Sno-Buggy and Swamp Buggy?
Pine Tree Line – radar, planned 1946, handed over to Canada on 10Jan55 Mid-Canada Line or McGill Fence – 1956-1965DEW Line – radio frequency tripwire 1957-1993, most deactivated… Read More »North American Alert and Warning Networks
The Army’s Sno-Train is carrying a 12-ton load of an unspecified material. Even though images include dates, and sometimes locations, they can be wrong. I… Read More »Army Sno-Train image dated April 13, 1956
Coots and Historic Images are two online and historic photograph sources that I use to find these amazing relic photos. When you order their images,… Read More »VC-22 Sno-Freighter image, near the Mouth of the Blow River