JoeyBowman wrote in post #15465402
I cant speak for the Dash 9 in the shot, but NS still has a lot of locomotives that are set up for "long hood forward" operation. I see them all the time down here in the Carolinas.
I doubt that Dash-9 is set up for long hood forward operation. Most of the newer locomotives have "safety cabs" and there is no need to operate long hood forward.
No. 11 used to belong to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum, where I am a volunteer...
Are those Deltics? The Deltics have a very interesting prime mover.
vettracer wrote in post #15621201
Took the family to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo this weekend. they have an interesting collection of old equipment. Also a fun train ride south to the Border and back.
I thought that 1366 looked very familiar when I scrolled down.
Here's a shot of the steam locomotive in your second shot with a bit of an antique treatment. This was when we had it outside for it's 100th birthday celebration last year.