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G-Series - Outside Plant

Outside Plant Construction and Maintenance


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G86.060.9-i1 76A Tst Set G86.060.9-i1 76A Tst Set

Date added: 03/23/2013
Date modified: 03/23/2013
Filesize: 307.43 kB
Downloads: 1021

Contributed by Paul Wills

G10.932 IA NY Dog Bites G10.932 IA NY Dog Bites

Date added: 11/16/2010
Date modified: 11/16/2010
Filesize: 99.39 kB
Downloads: 1185
Jan 43. New York Telephone.

G10.913 IA NY Protection for Telephone Workmen on Queensborough Bridge G10.913 IA NY Protection for Telephone Workmen on Queensborough Bridge

Date added: 11/13/2010
Date modified: 11/13/2010
Filesize: 22.9 kB
Downloads: 1088
May 36. New York Telephone.

G32.124.1-i1-T-Type-Cable-Term-Drop-and-Block-Wiring Tl G32.124.1-i1-T-Type-Cable-Term-Drop-and-Block-Wiring Tl

Date added: 09/22/2010
Date modified: 09/22/2010
Filesize: 45.35 kB
Downloads: 1064

G00.400.1 I1 G00.400.1 I1

Date added: 07/06/2010
Date modified: 07/06/2010
Filesize: 302.73 kB
Downloads: 1448

G00.400.1, General - Scope [G Series], Issue 1, 1954-06-01

It describes how the G series BSPs were organized and how the layout
of the individual BSPs should be. Sort of a precursor to 000-010-010
though 000-020-008 shows no corresponding plant series BSP after the
great conversion.

G21.010 I1 G21.010 I1

Date added: 07/02/2010
Date modified: 07/02/2010
Filesize: 263.17 kB
Downloads: 1331

G21.010, Poles - Unloading Poles From Cars of Moving Trains, Issue 1, 1930-12-01

G32.124.1 T-Type Cable Term Drop And Block Wiring G32.124.1 T-Type Cable Term Drop And Block Wiring

Date added: 03/01/2010
Date modified: 03/01/2010
Filesize: 45.35 kB
Downloads: 1244

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