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N&W 2106 Near Ancor
Posted to History of the Peavine Railroad Facebook Group By Chad Fannin, February 15, 2020. Description from post.

Mile post 12 west of Ancor, Ohio in 1954. Locomotive 2106 was a Y5, 2-8-8-2 wheel arraignment built at the Roanoke shops by the N&W in 1931. She was scrapped in July 1959. Y5 Locomotive numbers 2090 to 2100 (excluding 2092 that was destroyed in a wreck) were all updated to modern standards ten years later in 1940-41 and renumbered to 2100 series. Y5’s 2101 to 2109 were also updated in that same time period but got to retain their original road number which included 2106 photographed here
 
Location: Ancor, OH Date: 1/1/1954
Source: Chad Fannin Personal Collection
Photo ID: 2117
Photo Link: Click Here To See Original
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