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Date: 02/17/17 07:33
A Couple Toledo Lake Erie and Western Locomotives
Author: refarkas

Here are two Toledo Lake Erie and Western locomotives in Grand Rapids, Ohio on July 7, 1980.
Image one: Number one is a Whitcomb 44-DE-22 centercab formerly Ann Arbor 1.
Image two: Number 202 is a Baldwin 0-6-0 switcher formerly DEEX 202.
Bob



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/17/17 07:37 by refarkas.






Date: 02/17/17 12:57
Re: A Couple Toledo Lake Erie and Western Locomotives
Author: Earlk

Whatever became of the 202?



Date: 02/17/17 16:29
Re: A Couple Toledo Lake Erie and Western Locomotives
Author: gbmott

Earlk Wrote:
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> Whatever became of the 202?

. . . and what was its heritage?

Gordon



Date: 02/18/17 02:42
Re: A Couple Toledo Lake Erie and Western Locomotives
Author: Evan_Werkema

Earlk Wrote:

> Whatever became of the 202?

Still in Grand Rapids, OH, somewhat less serviceable than in the photo above:

http://steamlocomotive.info/vlocomotive.cfm?Display=938
https://goo.gl/maps/CUiZ9d4bRN62

gbmott Wrote:

> . . . and what was its heritage?

It was built for Detroit Edison, a Michigan utility company that in later years was known for having its own fleet of SD40's and U30C's painted in EMD 1965-era demonstrator blue and silver to power unit coal trains on Conrail:

http://www.trainorders.com/discussion/read.php?1,3378187,3378187#3378187



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