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PLLX 105 at Pleasant Street in Laconia

Between three railroads, it took PLLX 105 five days to get from just north of the wye in North Chelmsford to the absolute northern end of the line at the Hobo Railroad's Lincoln Shops.

On Thursday, 9/3 the Plymouth & Lincoln Crew picked up the 105 at Lochmere from NEGS, and brought the 105 as far north as Meredith Yard. On Friday 9/4 the mission was complete going from Meredith Yard to Lincoln.

This was taken by the Pleasant Street Crossing in Laconia, just to the south of the Historic Laconia Station.

PLLX 105 came from the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad, where they bought the SW1000 brand new in 8/1971, first numbered 105 then changed to 1001.

Photographed by Jay Gadon, September 3, 2020.
Added to the photo archive by Jay Gadon, September 14, 2020.
Railroad: Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad.

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