Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by CN1, Jun 13, 2004.
Isn't it NR instead of NH on the nose?
Ed. That is the last GE U23B ever produced (P&W 2203). The RMNE was able to acquire it from the P&W (hence the paint scheme). It was previously known as Conrail # 2798.
The NR stands for Naugatuck Railroad. The Railway Museum of New England, (RMNE) based in Thomaston, CT, is using it as additional power in its roster. We acquired it due to the historical significance of it being the very last U23B to roll off the production lines. We also have the last U25B purchased by the New Haven (#2525).
Here are links to a great shots of RMNE's NR #2203.
Oil Change 2203
Tourist run, crossing the dam
Ok, this is the last one...I promise.
2203 at Thomaston, in snow
Rusty,Thanks for telling me about the popups..I have a popup stopper-sorry.
So here it is..
Well,I guess I can't up load it as its to large..Here is a better link that should not have any popups.
Eric, I love that snow pic. As a matter of fact I saved it to my screne saver file. Thanks, Jim
Great Photo's :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Here is the main reason I love the old RS-11s.
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