RailPictures.Net Photo: 103 Valley Railroad Steam 2-6-2 at Deep River, Connecticut by Tom Nelligan
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Valley Railroad (more..)
Steam 2-6-2 (more..)
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Deep River, Connecticut, USA (more..)
August, 1971
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103 (more..)
Tom Nelligan (more..)
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Recreating a rural branchline switching scene from the 1920s, Valley Railroad 2-6-2 103 runs around its train at Deep River, CT, during the excursion line's first month of operation in 1971. Engine 103, built by Baldwin in 1925 for the Alabama's Sumter & Choctaw RR, was the Valley's first operating steam locomotive. Today it resides at the Railroad Museum of New England.
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