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Broken Rail on the Heywood Branch

This was the cause of the derailment, or it could have been the engine weight also helped. The crew had backed the engine up enough to allow for the engine to be re railed on a better peice of rail and one could see the damage as well.

Photographed by Karl Johnson, October 31, 1992.
Added to the photo archive by Karl Johnson, February 23, 2024.
Railroad: Guilford (B&M).

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