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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by slekjr, Nov 3, 2008.
Lots of Western Cabeese.
Here's a couple from the East
Ok, one from the East it is, a former N&W cab also privately owned at the museum:
Couple more from the East.
I hate to be the one to kill the caboose party, but this one deserves some attention: :-D
OK, keeping in mind than an S-3 is just an S-1 on AAR trucks, I present Hearn Group 300, "Johnny", at Amherstburg, ON, July 1991.
*edit* Somewhere, I have a picture of his partner, "Robbie", #200... a full-blood S-1 with Blunt trucks (you can see the back of the cab on the right side). Both units are former Essex Terminal, #102 (Robbie) and #103 (Johnny).
Jersey Southern at Millville,NJ ,July 1991
More from Alco (MLW actually):
My ALCo RS-32 on her very first assignment, two hours after she arrived on the Riverside Railroad, which itself was only a year and a half old at this point:
Here's a better pic:
Heyyyyy....... ! Isn't that cheatin', Doc? :excited1:
I thought the rule was same railroad or model or car type.... not just the same builder!
Well, it took me a sec too, since as my avatar proclaims, I too am an ALCo-holic...
Speaking of which: CN C630M 2004, RSC18 1751, and C630M 2034 in Rockinham, NS.
Here's some C424's smoking it up at Zorra, ON.
That 630's putting out enough smoke to be a steam engine.
That's why Alco's were commonly labeled as honorary steam locomotives.
Whups! My bad (kinda! ) We could just delete my 424s and carry on with the 630's...
Fair enough, it works for me!
Cartier #41, heading north with empties for Fermont, QC.
TP&W 400 at IRM '84
Deano has newer pics
CP 4222, RS18u 1841 and a Geep hustle a wesbound through Dorion, QC.
CPRail M-424 at TH&B's Chatham St. service area in Hamilton, Ont.:
Coupla' questions....What are MLW's..?? And...does Alco still make locos..?
BTW...The paint scheme of the D&H is among my favourites...Got class...!!