During any scientific, research, or subject matter exploration, understanding the finer details can make or break a project. Observations that seem like minutia can be key puzzle pieces. In the Sno-Train image below, you can just make out a 4th trailer attached to the convoy. If you look closely, you can make out, what appear to be a spoked rim. This trailer is NOT a LeTourneau trailer. I will dedicate an entire chapter in my book to what these trailers and wheels originated and who built them. Until then, enjoy this newly published image.
Between 1960 and 1962, the Sno-Train stopped on a gravel road, with light snow. It was carrying a small U.S.…Continue Reading
The image below shows the Sno-Train (LCC-1) in, or around, Dawnson, YT. Based on a few indicators from the machine's…Continue Reading
Imagine driving down the road and seeing this machine taking over part of your lane. You bet that you are…Continue Reading