Railroad worker? Didn't know that! My father was a mechanic engineer at the national railroad company.Tanukjaju wrote:2 beautiful pieces! I’m retired from the railroad and have been meaning to make myself a railroad timepiece inspired watch.Thrasher wrote: ↑August 15th, 2019, 7:32 pmAs soon as u get those two you have up to your usual awesome high standard I will send over the Elgin.
I also just got this Benrus 3061 BULLITT with hacking DR2F3 movement which is off by + 62 S/D , AMP 244 and beat error .2 ms....I dont know the lift angle so those readings are at 52..... You can look at that to if you think you can improve it.
What was the lift angle range for an America 1900 to 1920 Railroad grade lever set pocket watch again? Roughly?
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