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Which former locos should get another go? 2022 edition
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Author:  NJDixon [ Thu May 19, 2022 12:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Which former locos should get another go? 2022 edition

Rob Sundberg wrote:
I vote for Rahway Valley #15 simply because it's a fine looking engine and did run at the original Steamtown in VT.


In a similar vein, Canadian National #47, the 4-6-4T. It ran for about 5 weeks on Blount's Monadnock, Steamtown & Northern and then was shut down by the ICC due to missing paperwork. Supposedly it was in excellent shape then, but now.... not so much. Every year it looks a little more forlorn. It'd be a neat little engine for Steamtown to run on their Scranton Limited Service, CNJ had some 4-6-4Ts, and it'd be the only operational commuter tank in the US.

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