Posted by Tom Salerno on January 31, 2014 
Beautifully Ugly. This is railroading at its finest.
Posted by Troy Nolen on February 1, 2014 
I know the L&N was pretty bad off by that point, but it's amazing they let something hauling passengers get that bad. It says something about the company's public image
Posted by Ron Flanary on February 2, 2014 
Well, actually the L&N was fat and happy, and making lots of money at the time--and paying nice dividends to its shareholders (including the ACL). They obviously weren't spending excessive cash on locomotive paint, though. :)
Posted by Paul Flaherty on February 10, 2014 
Nice picture “as is,” with the water spout but it would be great to see this unit freshly painted.
Posted by Steve Hastings on February 24, 2014 
Nice picture of a beautiful engine. Obviously long gone.
Posted by David on January 31, 2015 
My Great-Grandfather was an engineer for L&N railroad. He operated # 756. I have super 8 film of him from 1967.
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