Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Former Maine Coast Locomotive 367

Staunton, Virginia 

This Alco RS-11 was built for the Norfolk and Western Railroad in 1958. Earlier this year, it was acquired by the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad and is currently undergoing rehab in Staunton. The plan is to put #367 back into service as a back-up locomotive on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. The paint scheme for the engine has not been determined, but it will no longer be in Maine Coast livery.


  1. I love to see things like this. My grandfather worked for the New York Central before it became the Penn Central.

    1. Don, I felt lucky to catch this locomotive in the old Maine Central paint scheme before it was repainted.


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