David Dahle

David Dahle

Posted on 09/30/2013


Photo taken on August 24, 2005


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Otter Tail Power - Barton, ND

Otter Tail Power - Barton, ND
A recent replacement of the 1949 41.6kV/2400V substation (the town was added in 1927, but was served by a line that was built as 13.2kV then later raised to 23.9kV before the 41.6kV line was built on a new alignment).

I'll need to revisit the sub to see if those 24kV cans are still there. I'm betting they're gone, replaced by 41.6kV cans.

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Power Lines
Power Lines
I bet those 24kV cans are OLD.
3 years ago.
David Dahle has replied to Power Lines
I agree - I've actually seen a number of subs with that exact type of can. That may be a winter project to make an article on these (I can think of 2 right off the top of my head I KNOW have these - Glenburn rural and Denhoff).
3 years ago.
Power Lines has replied to David Dahle
Have you revisited this sub yet?
3 years ago.
David Dahle has replied to Power Lines
Now that you mention it I'm wondering how I managed to forget this sub as I did go right by Barton over Memorial weekend.
3 years ago.