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Filth "on stage"...

Chessie GP-40-2's were the backbone of the era, as any Chessie fan knows. Cumberland, MD shops had this "display" track near the roundhouse, as seen by the chain and stanchions in the foreground, where they often placed a cleaner unit than the 4140!!

Photographed by John A. Taylor, October 20, 1978.
Added to the photo archive by John A. Taylor, March 20, 2022.
Railroad: Chessie.

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Sorta reminds me of Guilford’s backbone & Pan Am’s ribcage

Posted by Stephen Demboske on 2022-03-20 12:30:20

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