M is for Manual

There are so many manuals!

Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum  holds hundreds of operating and maintenance manuals for many industrial machines, locomotives, and pieces of rolling stock.

In these documents an operator, mechanic, or researcher could find many different categories of information such as electrical diagrams, fuel and lubrication systems, cooling water and air systems, lubrication schedule, tests-circuits, parts catalogue, and this is only to name a few examples!

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Z is for Zero Of course!

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Y is for Yalenka Bunkhouse

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X is for Crossbuck

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W is for Waterous Bandsaw

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V is for Velocipede

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U is for Uniform

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T is for Teletype

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S is for Semaphore

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R is for Rustad Brothers' Arch Truck

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Q is for Queen's Code

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P is for P.G.E Caboose

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O is for Operator

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N is for Northwood #101

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M is for Manual

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L is for Lantern

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K is for Kitchen

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J is for Jordan Spreader

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I is for Insulator

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H is for H0 Scale Model Trains

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G is for Grand Trunk Pacific Turntable

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F is for Flanger Car

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E is for Electric Locomotive

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D is for Drip Torch

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