Posted by on March 14, 2011 
Man wouldn't that be a sight today! Great photo!
Posted by Marty Bernard on March 15, 2011 
That can't be M190. She is at Belen, NM and is articulated. I know the CSRM has an AT&SF doodlebug but I can't find it on their website. I understand no one has loved it and it has badly deteriorated. Hope that's bad information. But M190 may have been at CSRM for a while. Anyhow that's a nice shot of a hospital train Jerry. Where can we find more pictures of it?
Posted by Bill Caywood on March 15, 2011 
Please note, the steam locomotive that is deck loaded on the flat car, has it's "cow catcher" neatly loaded on it's tender's tank.
Posted by Erick Anderson on March 15, 2011 
I'd love to have more background on what exactly is going on in this picture. The first unit coupled to the flatcar looks especially strange. I'm also guessing M190 is the unit that's almost out of frame to the left.
Posted by Derek Pinsonat on March 15, 2011 
That "M190" is articulated, it has three trucks.
Posted by on March 16, 2011 
Look closely, I see three trucks underneath. The angle of the photo makes the body appear compressed. There's several steam, F units, SW units and some other road unit I can't identify in the consist.
Posted by Frank Hicks on March 17, 2011 
The road unit in front of the switchers is likely H12-44TS #543, which was at CSRM until recently transferred to IRM.
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