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Branford Steam Railroad

Tilcon's six-mile quarry line in Branford, CT, was once known as the Branford Steam Railroad, and it operated 0-4-0 steam tank engines into the early 1960s. But in 1967 it was a trio of GE 44 Tonners that hauled the hoppers, as BSRR 5 and 3 waited out the weekend at the North Branford quarry. BSRR 5 at left was the former New Haven 0813, while #3 came from the Winona RR.

Photographed by Tom Nelligan, July, 1967.
Added to the photo archive by Tom Nelligan, March 13, 2018.
Railroad: Branford Steam Railroad.

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