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New Engine Joins Old Favorites
Posted to Facebook Cincinnati Eastern Railroad Group Page November 4, 2018 by Jonathan Shaw. Description from post

Who would've ever thought that a Seaboard System B36-7 that was the fist diesel to be painted in CSX YN2 colors, an Erie Lackawanna SDP45 rebuilt after a wreck with a SD45-2 long hood, and an Alaska Railroad GP49 that was only one of less than a dozen ever built would be seen working together on the former Norfolk and Western mainline in Ohio... This is why I love the CCET!
 
Location: Ancor, OH Date: 11/4/2018
Source: Jonathan Shaw Personal Collection
Photo ID: 1812
Photo Link: Click Here To See Original
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