a great bird.
a great bird.
But I can tell you that my eagle and also his eagle never been on a train or building.
Probably our eagle were made in a factory before being completed, and taken as a war trophy, because they do not have a thread for the screws.
His eagle has markings on the head?
I can only say that the paint was originally put some protection on the back, but do not know much about it.
I am looking to buy an eagle used in trains, I am is, I was in the railway service, do not really like items unused.
I tenteiu seek information on these items but few people have helped me in the WAF. I hope someone will help us here.
The soldiers do not know how these eagles retreated, but with plenty of brute force, hehehehe.
Eagles with uncut studs, so unused. I will tell something about the coating
at the back and how the studs were threaded.
I will have answers looked for, but also could not find answers to questions
I had myself (one cannot have it all). Some material shown in the book
comes from official technical drawings (thanks to one of my co-authors).
I also give information about what size eagle was to be used where or what!
I show many photographs of eagles in use (not only at engines or cars).
At this moment the book is still in China, waiting to be shipped to Bender
Publishing. So be patient!
"Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916
I'm anticipating the books arrival. Hopefully this book will answer most of my questions. There's not much information out there regarding these pieces.