RailPictures.Net Photo: CRR 1 Clinchfield Railroad Steam 4-6-0 at Johnson City, Tennessee by Ron Flanary
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» August, 1973
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The “trinity” of the Clinchfield’s successful steam excursion program gathers around the One Spot at a water stop in Johnson City, Tennessee in 1973. Left to right, the road’s chief mechanical officer—Percy O. Likens—is checking something over the main driver, while George Hatcher applies some grease to the engine’s inside Stephenson valve gear. Brother Ed also helps out by refilling the grease cup on a crosshead guide. The Hatcher brothers were the regularly assigned crew for any move of Number 1, with Ed holding down the engineer’s slot and younger brother George doing the firing.
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