Beyond the Mountains of Madness Eternal Vehicles and Equipment

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This is the page for details of the vehicles and equipment used in the Beyond the Mountains of Madness Eternal Campaign

Aircraft

Boeing 247

Boeing 247 1.jpg

Boeing 247 2.jpg

Fairchild FC-2W

Fairchild FC-2W.jpg

Equipment

This is the loadout of equipment taken on the flight to the Mountains of Madness:


Starkweather-Moore across the Mountains

WEDDELL

No. Description . .Weight, Lbs.

1 empty Boeing Model 247 plane . . . .11,000

7 crew and passengers . .1,300

24 gallons of engine lube oil, in engine . . .180

556 gallons of aviation gasoline (1890 miles range) . . . .3,336

1 canvas bag with airplane repair tools and minor parts . .50

1 drum 23 gallons engine lube oil . .172

1 set navigational equipment (clock, charts, sextant, sun compass, tables, etc.) .6

1 blowtorch . .5

2 canvas tarpaulins with grommets and six poles (engine starting covers) . . . .20

24 person-days worth of food . . .48

2 canvas and goosedown sleeping bags . . .32

6 sets of snowshoes . .36

1 Nansen sledding cooker and primus stove . . .25

1 1 gallon fuel can of kerosene (40 person-days for the stove) .10

1 trail radio (100 W, nominal range 50 miles) .100

1 radio battery . .20

1 1-inch flare pistol, holster, and box of 10 flares . . . .4

1 electric ‘Mars’ signal lamp . . . .3

1 still camera set (camera, lenses, tripod, film, 10 flashbulbs, IR filters, case) . . . .25

1 reel, 300' climbing rope .20

2 bags of climbing equipment (2 hammers, pitons, carabiners) . . . .25

1 set of meteorology instruments, in wooden case . .13

1 set of cartography/geology instruments, in wooden case with carry straps . .40

1 set of chemistry sampling and test equipment, in canvas bag . . . .10

1 medical bag, with instruments, drugs and supplies . . . .20

1 oxygen snow tent, 2 man, with poles, stakes, and lashings . .50

2 sodium hydroxide canisters, 48 man-hours of capacity each .50

20 oxygen tanks, 80 cubic feet capacity each . .400

TOTAL . . .17,000


Starkweather-Moore across the Mountains (contd.)

ENDERBY

No. Description . .Weight, Lbs.

1 empty Boeing Model 247 plane . . . .11,000

6 crew and passengers . .1,200

24 gallons of engine lube oil, in engine . . .180

556 gallons of aviation gasoline (1890 miles range) . . . .3,336

1 canvas bag with airplane repair tools and minor parts . .50

1 drum 23 gallons engine lube oil . .172

1 set navigational equipment (clock, charts, sextant, sun compass, tables, etc.) .6

1 blowtorch . .5

2 canvas tarpaulins with grommets and six poles (engine starting covers) . . . .20

24 person-days worth of food . . .48

4 canvas and goosedown sleeping bags . . .64

6 sets of snowshoes . .36

1 Nansen sledding cooker and primus stove . . .25

1 1 gallon fuel can of kerosene (40 person-days for the stove) .10

1 trail radio (100 W, nominal range 50 miles) .100

1 radio battery . .20

1 1-inch flare pistol, holster, and box of 10 flares . . . .4

1 electric ‘Mars’ signal lamp . . . .3

1 reel, 300' climbing rope .20

2 bags of climbing equipment (2 hammers, pitons, carabiners) . . . .25

1 Geiger-Müller counter and spectrograph, in wooden case . . .26

1 hand sled with hauling harness . . .100

2 oxygen snow tents, 2 men each, with poles, stakes, and lashings . . . .100

2 sodium hydroxide canisters, 48 man-hours of capacity each .50

20 oxygen tanks, 80 cubic feet capacity each . .400

TOTAL . . .17,000

Ships and Other Vehicles