David Budka

David Budka

Posted on 11/11/2013


Photo taken on December 18, 2011



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Insulators


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Insulator Collection

Insulator Collection
Left Rear: Locke 1035 off a former Iowa-Nebraska Light and Power Company 24-kv line that replaced an earlier Blue River Power Company line near Brainerd, Nebraska. Center Rear: A Pyrex A 353 glass insulator from a collector in Horton, Kansas. Right Rear: A 66-kv or 69-kv insulator from a Commonwealth Edison substation in northern Illinois. Left Front: Hemingray 45 long lines insulator. Right Front: Hemingray No. 40.

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Power Lines
Power Lines
That's a nice Pyrex insulator you got there!
4 years ago.
David Dahle
David Dahle
Not bad!
4 years ago.
Tony Glen
Tony Glen
:( I'm jelly! I still wanna get a pyrex like that one! I've been looking since August!
4 years ago.
David Budka has replied to Tony Glen
Pyrex power insulators show up on eBay rather frequently. I had an opportunity to get such an insulator off a line from the old Plum Creek Hydroelectric Plant north of Ainsworth, Nebraska. However, I didn't have the money at the time.
4 years ago.
Tony Glen has replied to David Budka
Yes but half the time they don'y ship to Canada and are too expensive! someone wants $100 for a CD 320 Pyrex!!!!!!
4 years ago.
Matt Weldon
Matt Weldon
Like the Pyrex one!
4 years ago.
Tony Glen
Tony Glen
I finally got two off of ebay! :D Yours looks like a CD 324.
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.