RailPictures.Net Photo: CNW 1505 Chicago & North Western Railroad Baldwin DRS6-6-1500 at Adams, Wisconsin by Chuck Schwesinger
 
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Chicago & North Western Railroad (more..)
Baldwin DRS6-6-1500 (more..)
CNW Yard (more..)
Adams, Wisconsin, USA (more..)
September 04, 1976
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CNW 1505 (more..)
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Chuck Schwesinger (more..)
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The end for Mongrel 1505 came when the roundhouse burned at Iron Mountain on June 12th, 1976. Here the unit is seen at Adams headed for scrap. Photo is in my collection with no photographer information, probably shot by the late Joe Stauber.
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