RailPictures.Net Photo: CBCX 101 Columbia Business Center Whitcomb 80-ton at Vancouver, Washington by Charles Stookey
 
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» Vancouver, Washington, USA (more..)
» September 08, 2008
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VANCOUVER WA Sept 8 2008 — Columbia Business Center 80-ton Whitcomb CBCX 101 is stored near Thompson Metal Fab in the former Kaiser Shipyards. Whitcomb built the unit in July 1944 and delivered to the Navy Ammunition Depot in McAlester OK. It then went through several transactions. In September 1947 it served with Weyerhaeuser in Longview WA as 112 and later 304. It was then sold to Longview Fibre Company in Longview as 7011. In March 1966 it was sold to dealer D.C. Southland, sold to Vinnell Construction Company in Starbuck WA, sold to Lampson Railroad Contractors in Pasco WA and finally acquired in 1973 by Columbia Industrial Park as 101. The railroad has changed its name to Columbia Business Center and I saw the locomotive being scrapped at the location of this picture in 2010. I wanted to remember the unit as it appears here so chose not to take a photo of the scrapping. My photo.
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