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P&W WX-1 departing Worcester for Gardner

On a drizzly, gloomy January day in 2007, P&W light power symbol WX-1 takes the remote controlled switch at Barbers to pass through the St Gobain complex on its way to Gardner. Two of the four engines shown, the B23-SS7 (ie, "Super Sevens" rebuilt by GE) remain on the P&W roster (I think) but the ex-B&O GP40 has been sold to Luzerne Susquehanna Railway while the B30-7A cabless "Twinky" has been scrapped. I'm guessing the signal at the Barbers switch displays turnout position to southward movements?

Photographed by John Barlow, January 14, 2007.
Added to the photo archive by John Barlow, February 20, 2017.
Railroad: Providence & Worcester.

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