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  • dixie pipeline company 1962 weather terrain hurricaine vintage article
Original old petroleum trade magazine vintage article featuring the DIXIE PIPELINE COMPANY.  Weather, terrain, and hurricane overcome in completing 1080 mile Dixie pipe line on schedule, by John P. O'Donnell.  When construction of the LPG line from Mont Belvieu, Texas to Raleigh, NC began, it was generally agreed that it would be a tough job.  After Hurricane Carla hit and the summer turned out to be the South's rainiest in half a century, any remaining doubts were removed. Shown are L.E. Anderson, constructino manager for the east, and M.S. Wharry, chief inspector for Spread.  Also pictured is the bit used on the Mississippi River crossing with Willie Prather, Service Pipe Line Company inspector on the West Segment.   This 1962 six page gatefold oil and gas industry article would be a nice addition to your collection.

dixie pipeline company 1962 weather terrain hurricaine vintage article

  • Product Code: zc007
  • Length: 11 inches
  • Width: 8 inches
  • Pages: 6
  • Views: 30
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