- I like the direction you are going in Aaron! I always thought when I heard that the 100 was going to Utica, that meant on it s way to Bingo! I m guessing theMessage 1 of 2 , Apr 8, 2011View SourceI like the direction you are going in Aaron! I always thought when I heard that the 100 was going to Utica, that meant on it's way to Bingo! I'm guessing the 100 stuck around in the Utica area (Not talking CNYK) for work?GinoOn Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 2:10 PM, Aaron Keller <akeller_1979@...> wrote:
It is time to steer this list back to the "real" FJ&G, the "colorful" FJ&G, and
the "interesting" FJ&G; e.g., post-1974.
(Jump all over me now, Larner.)
Here is a good shot of #100 in Sangerfield, working for the NYS&W. Note the
photographer's observations on the setup of the unit, and my comment below. The
photo was just recently posted to Railpictures.net.