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Photo of Still In Steam
Still In Steam

In New England, the Central Vermont held out the longest from converting to diesel. Here workaday Consolidation #464 simmers at Rouses Point, New York in a classic pose with a water tank and a coaling tower in the background.

Photographed by Unknown photographer from negative collection of R DeFilippo, April 25, 1957.
Added to the photo archive by Ron DeFilippo, December 6, 2019.
Railroad: Central Vermont.

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This is Palmer, MA - roughly midway New London-Brattleboro. The CV had a turntable, coaling tower and water tank here and once a single stall engine house. It was a stop on the steam fan trips I took 1954 - 1956.

Posted by Edward Ozog on 2020-12-02 12:24:35

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