The "motley crew" waits in the Wilson yard on Easter afternoon to take a train of soybeans and empty sulfur tanks to Raleigh the next morning. The lashup includes a GP9R, GP35, and SD9, typical of CLNA's bandit power. The 4621 is the "newest" addition to this growing shortline's roster. She wore GTW blue and red through 2006, after which she received her CN red, black, and white. However, by 2009 4621 was placed in the deadlines of Homewood, IL. Fortunately, unlike many other units, this old girl moved south to a new home. CLICK HERE for more members of CLNA's motley crew around rural NC.