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Chesapeake and Ohio Greenbrier 614

Chesapeake and Ohio J-3a class 4-8-4 #614. The last [url=http://steamlocomotive.com/northern/co.shtml] Greenbrier 4-8-4[/url] built by Lima rest during an excursion at the B&O Railroad Museum at Baltimore, Md in Feb, 1992. I bought this at a train show 10 years later. It was renumbered 611 before retirement in 1956. It was reactivated during the coal boom years of 1955-56. It was renumbered and part of the 4 on the numberplate was chieseled off to avoid confusing it with a [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/lostworld/458275053/]RF&P 4-8-4[/url] with the same number.
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