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1705 with the trash.

Bay Colony 1705 heads west through Sandwich with trash cars in tow. The engine was semi-repainted into this rather gaudy version of the Bay Colony scheme shortly after she was purchased from OMLX. Compare with the previous photo to see the changes. Changes from the BCLR "norm" include the gigantic lettering on the long hood, tiny black numbers on white numberboards over the cab, blue nose, running boards and roofline (left over from the original OMLX paint scheme) and spark arresters up top. The jury is still out on the overall aesthetics of this unit, but it's impossible to confuse her with any of her more sober sisters.

Photographed by Mike Chapman, August, 2002.
Added to the photo archive by Michael Chapman, January 11, 2004.
Railroad: Bay Colony.

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