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Photo of Bow, NH
Bow, NH

Crew has finished yarding the loaded coal train inside the Public Service of New Hampshire Power Plant and has tied onto their caboose for run to Concord to take rest. Power will get serviced at Concord and caboose switched to north end of power. Power: BM 1754 GP-18, PC 8064 GP38-2, BM 1752 GP-18, PC 2951 U33B, PC 2042 RS-32. Important to note here that a crew would handle the Bow unit coal train from Mechanicville to Concord within 12 hours and do the same on the return trip this includes setting off and picking up at Bow on respective runs!!!!.

Photographed by Bruce Nelson, September 22, 1973.
Added to the photo archive by Bruce Nelson, November 11, 2017.
Railroad: Boston & Maine.

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