RailPictures.Net Photo: CRR 361 Clinchfield Railroad EMD NW3 at Erwin, Tennessee by Kyle Korienek Collection
 
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Clinchfield Railroad (more..)
EMD NW3 (more..)
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Erwin, Tennessee, USA (more..)
April 21, 1973
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CRR 361 (more..)
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Kyle Korienek Collection (more..)
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Easily the most unique on the Clinchfield roster and one of the rarest diesels in the US was the EMD NW3. This diesel was a standard switcher that was 1 of 7 built in 1942 for the Great Northern, it was sold to the Clinchfield in 1971. The NW3 features a 1000 hp, 12 cylinder engine, and featured a large cab and Blomberg B trucks. The 361 rarely left Erwin yard. Here, it is seen doing its main purpose, switching. 35mm slide from my collection, photographer unknown.
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