[Ansteorra] ISO an anvil

WESLEY SIMPSON slovaczek at sbcglobal.net
Sat Aug 14 00:20:32 PDT 2010

I found my railroad anvil by contacting a switching yard and asking around, and 
they told me when to get one, ( whenever they replace a section of track, there 
is some cutting or rails and small pieces of rail are discarded) so I suggest 
contacting your local switching area or yard.
 Vaclav Slovaczek

From: Sher M <runa.herd at earthlink.net>
To: "Kingdom of Ansteorra - SCA, Inc." <ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Fri, August 13, 2010 3:06:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] ISO an anvil

I found my 'baby' anvil made from a rail at a garage sale that was one of 
those all along the side of the road that was in Round Rock area if I 
remember correctly.

Sher Montgomery & The Thundering Herd

From: "Bree Flowers" <evethejust at gmail.com>
> Stupid Pennsic and its stupid hands-on classes getting me interested
> in YET ANOTHER craft. My house needs more tools for hobbies like I
> need another hole in my head, but there you go, I now find myself in
> search of an anvil.
> I'm just wanting to make sewing needles, so it needn't be big or even
> particularly nice. It has been suggested that a simple piece of rail
> (doesn't even need to have pointed ends) will work just fine for my
> needs if someone happens to work for the rail company and has access
> to this sort of thing. I will also be needing a stump upon which I can
> mount it.
> Anyone have any ideas for where I can get my hands on an affordable anvil?
> ~Eve
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