CD 154: Spain

(front skirt) number / E.S.A.

(rear skirt) R.E.N.F.E.       

 

Picture courtesy Richard Wentzel

(front skirt) E.S.A.    

(rear skirt) C.T.N.E.

 

Picture courtesy Richard Wentzel

(front skirt) 8 / E.S.A.

(rear skirt) C.T.N.E.   

 

Picture courtesy Don Mecklenborg.

(front skirt) TRANSMISIONES

(rear skirt) ASTURIAS              

 

Picture courtesy Bob Berry

 

Caleb Thimell provides the following additional information:  An official Spanish military division repaired old power lines in the small region of Asturias that were destroyed during the country's civil war from 1936-39 using these insulators. First insulator that can be attributed to have been made by Gijon Fabril.

 

(front skirt) E.S.A.             

(rear skirt) J.T.E.-F 60103 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture courtesy Richard Wentzel

(front skirt) number / E.S.A.

(rear skirt) R.E.N.F.E.       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture courtesy Richard Wentzel

 This measures 3 3/4" X 4" (95mm X 102mm).   


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