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That's the original. It's not restore. IIRC, this was one that either went to, or came from the Santa Fe. There were a total of 3 that were sold to Mexico. 3 is in a museum down tere, and the other 2 were repatriated in I think 2000. Doyle McCormack completely rebuilt one into the Nickel Plate Road "Bluebird" scheme of blue and white, and last I heard, the other one which was severely damaged in a derailment in Mexico, is in Texas after the Smithsonian Institution who originally wanted to redo one cosmetically as a Santa Fe unit helped bring them back. The SI changed their mind and decided not to go with it, and the other one (this one I believe) is now in Texas awaiting a cosmetic restoration to ATSF 49 I think it is.


As a " Limey " , I will leave you lads to argue the finer points of design , and just enjoy these wonderful machines . Great comments , by the way .


Nice photo. I have AT&SF A&B Alcos on my model RR


Too boxy for me. Still like the EMD F's more.


Cheers lads


I do like these Alcos (have I said that before). While the EMD F units had a head and sand in the nose, these had a living room in there! ;)


Nicely restored and running proud. Thanks, Dave.

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