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For American Pickers I brought in an insulator from my uncles farm he got it from his great grandpa. The insulators were used for telephone poles and alongside railroad tracks. The railroads used then in the 1900s for the wires that were carried up along the tracks. The insulator’s had many colors some were used for two wires or one. They were used for many stuff farmer’s used them to keep wire’s seconded from other parts of the farm. Some farmer’s would put the insulator’s on one side of the barn and the light would be on the other side and the insulator’s would either be on the wire connected to the light the other side of the barn.
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Article posted April 19, 2012 at 10:33 AM • comment • Reads 144 • see all articles

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