TURBINES HAVE A NEW HOME

Posted By on March 25, 2009

Turbines Have a New HomeAfter all the excitement of floods and log jams was over we got around to unloading the turbines.

Mike Roe

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Owner of the Bridgeton Mill

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3 Responses to “TURBINES HAVE A NEW HOME”

  1. Willie Ludwig says:

    Mike; Great looking turbines. Will you make electricity or belt drive to your shafts? Do you have any other leads on turbines? Several chapter members are looking for turbines for displays.. If you are going to the fall meeting I’ll see you there. WILLIE

  2. collette coggins says:

    Hi mike hope to find all well we miss coming up for the festival hope it is a good one for eveyone let me know if you have any space for next year after the festival we would like to come back. this will be our last year at the state fair we are not going to renew for next year the hours are just to long for the tigers and us the money is just as good there with half the hours. Plus we enjoy our visit there with everyone.
    THE TIGER LADY collette coggins

  3. Walt Rothermel says:

    Hi Mike,

    The big fish you caught appears to be a ocean run stripped bass that most likely swam up the Wabash from the Ohio River. Ocean run stripped bass were stocked in the TVA lakes of Tennessee and Kentucky years ago and have spread through out drainage system. That is truly a surprise to see one in Bridgeton, Indiana. See you at the festival.

    Congratulations on getting the turbines installed. Did you get the dam finished?

    Walt

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