The End of NYC Mohawk 3029

Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by Roger Hensley, Aug 17, 2003.

  1. Roger Hensley

    Roger Hensley Member

    On May 10, 1954, NYC 3029 leading train #78 met her end at South Anderson on the South Wye as she arrived. The switch had been unlatched and moving at 15 mph, the end came for a blueprint engine. The best of the L3b's said Maurice Lewman.

    I have added three decent photos of the derail on the Michigan Division, South photo page of my Railroads of Madison County site at:

    3029 was never returned to service.
  2. Blake

    Blake Member

    Looks like the 3029 also made quite a good bulldozer! What a shame, Gary P probably has a tear in his eye.

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