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Ex-MEC GP7 #573

Often called "Mr. Miller's Engine" because the then-President of the MEC would use it for pulling the buisness train, GP7 #573 Soldiers on at the Conway Scenic Railroad. Starting as the MEC #573, with the purchase of the MEC by Guilford (someone correct me if I am wrong) this was relettered as the Delaware and Hudson 573, then became Springfield Terminal #27 before being purchased for use on the Conway Scenic.

It sounds very nice in person!!

Photographed by Dave Ricard, June 30, 2003.
Added to the photo archive by Dave Ricard, April 30, 2004.
Railroad: Conway Scenic.

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