RailPictures.Net Photo: NYC 278 New York Central ALCO T-3a at Glenmont, New York by Matt Csenge
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» New York Central (more..)
» ALCO T-3a (more..)
» Port of Albany 
» Glenmont, New York, USA (more..)
» January 15, 2023
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» NYC 278 (more..)
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Endangered. New York Central Railroad (NYC) S-1 no. 6000 (ALCO/GE, 1904) and T-3a no. 278 (ALCO/GE, 1926) are seen at the Port of Albany, on land where they have been stored for the past 35 years. Recent redevelopment of the site has put these historically noteworthy locomotives at risk, and their owner, the Danbury Railway Museum, has made significant effort to have them moved from the site and brought to their property, but are still requesting donations to fund the last stage of their move. (This photo was taken from the adjacent River Rd, as the site these locomotives are on is private property owned by the Port of Albany.)
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