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Date: 04/21/17 10:34
Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: valmont

Oregon Pacific and Eastern # 14 1/2 is, according to my records, a Plymouth Model MW, but corrections are welcome. Pic 1 is by Keith Ardinger @ Cottage Grove, OR on July 21, 1980. Pic 2 is my shot, before the numerical promotion, also at Cottage Grove and I took the pic on June 15, 1971.






Date: 04/21/17 10:42
Re: Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: SPDRGWfan

Where is engine 9 3/4? Oh wait, at the platform of the same number?



Date: 04/21/17 10:52
Re: Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: miralomarail

Was Quite common place, here is the Ventura County # 16 3/8's Nov 1984

And of course , every Alco deserves to have a Cute Blond in the Firemans seat



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/21/17 13:13 by miralomarail.






Date: 04/21/17 11:00
Re: Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: valmont

miralomarail Wrote:
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> Was Quite common place, here is the Ventura County
> # 16 3/8's Nov 1984


Let's see how many more fractions turn up!!! Thanks!



Date: 04/21/17 14:44
Re: Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: crackerjackhoghead

miralomarail Wrote:
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> And of course , every Alco deserves to have a Cute
> Blond in the Firemans seat

Is that Brad Black on the hoghead's seat?



Date: 04/21/17 18:59
Re: Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: miralomarail

crackerjackhoghead Wrote:
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> miralomarail Wrote:
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> -----
>
> > And of course , every Alco deserves to have a
> Cute
> > Blond in the Firemans seat
>
> Is that Brad Black on the hoghead's seat?

Yes, that is Brad Black



Date: 04/22/17 09:58
Re: Engine number 14 1/2, really!
Author: TexasRocket

Looks like a big block Ford powering the Plymouth.



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