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  • andrewsfusco
    Last month, we mentioned that the Arcade and Attica 44-ton #111 had been retired and is available for private purchase. That s the engine, as Joe s article
    Message 1 of 1 , May 3, 2004
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      Last month, we mentioned that the
      Arcade and Attica 44-ton #111 had been
      retired and is available for private
      purchase. That's the engine, as Joe's
      article attested, which was rebuilt in
      G-ville and worked briefly on
      the FJ&G during the DO era.

      Well, the new issue of Railpace has a
      treat for us FJGers. The 44-ton #lll
      has been replaced by a look-alike 65-tonner,
      also numbered 111, and both new-111 and sister
      112 have been repainted in a very
      FJ&G-looking orange and black paint
      scheme.

      Page 44 of the new issue has a recent
      picture of the two engines working in
      tandem on light rail, and boy does
      it bring back memories of "our" #30.
      ---Andy Fusco
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