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Doing what she was designed to do....

When the crew lined the turntable switch for the crossover track, i.e., where U23B 2820 was sitting, we knew we were in for a treat. Doing what she was designed to do, 0-6-0 7470 hooked to the U Boat and pulled her off the crossover with out so much as slipping a driver. Court sure can handle the equipment well!! An interesting contrast of technology (the 7470 from the 1920's and the U Boat from the 1970's).

The 2820 was spotted behind the roundhouse, on the track which passes thru Stall 1 and the Ash pit, it is in front of the B23-7 #23. 2820's compressor is non functional for the time being, sidelining the locomotive.

Photographed by Dave Ricard, August 13, 2006.
Added to the photo archive by David Ricard, August 14, 2006.
Railroad: Conway Scenic.

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