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K-36 #485
Posted by: Craig Kumler (IP Logged)
Date: October 31, 2001 10:42AM

Can anyone tell me why the Grande choose to scrap this engine rather than lifting it out of the Salida pit and sending it to the Burnam shops for repair. Many other K-36's were wrecked and did not suffer this fate! Very curious!!!!!



Subject Written By Posted
  K-36 #485 Craig Kumler 10/31/2001 10:42AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Mark Stoeckel 10/31/2001 11:15AM
  Re: K-36 #485 Kevin Cook 10/31/2001 01:15PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Craig Kumler 10/31/2001 01:19PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Wade Hall 10/31/2001 01:30PM
  The Nightwatch Man Kevin Cook 10/31/2001 02:19PM
  Re: The Nightwatch Man Greg Scholl 10/31/2001 05:37PM
  Re: K-36 #485 Kelly Anderson 10/31/2001 06:18PM


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Engine number 489 and 486 as mid train helper with a 64 car westbound freight. Photographed: east of Cumbres, Colo., May 28, 1939.

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