Posted by Andy Fariss on January 25, 2014 
If my memory is correct, that is its original number. I wonder if it still uses the dual controls.
Posted by Sid Vaught on January 25, 2014 
It looked good in N & W but much better in yellow with a snow plow.
Posted by Andy Fariss on January 25, 2014 
It is an outstanding paint scheme with a classic design.
Posted by Michael Berry on January 25, 2014 
It must still have its dual controls as it is not turned and runs long hood forward for half of its round trips.
Posted by on January 25, 2014 
Goes to show you that the yellowbird scheme looks good on about any engine.
Posted by David West on January 26, 2014 
I agree that this loco does look good in yellow! Great photo & I really like the semaphore signals. Something that I miss seeing over here in the UK! Although the odd one or two do survive here and there.
Posted by K100DS on January 27, 2014 
216 is not the original number. It was built as NW 1328 in 1965. It became Springfield Terminal 216 in 1993. Conway Scenic retained the number when they acquired it from ST.
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