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Fri Mar 13 08:48:16 EDT 2020


I did a search on Youtube and there was not much that came up.  Years ago I did find a video of a couple of C415’s shoving coal loads but I don’t remember the location in the video, maybe Monongahlea.  

Delaware Lackawanna has a working S6 that stays near the grain elevator Mount Pocono.  I have never been able to find it though when there railfanning.  The DL is very friendly to railfans also since their main yard is at Steamtown with a crosswalk overhead to the mall is nice.  The Delaware Lackawanna is all ALCO powered right now with everything from M636’s down thru the C425’s and C420 to RS11, RS 32, RS3’s(4) with the S6 too.  Note to all that there are two ex N&W units there in storage, one RS11 and C424 from the Wabash.  Both are at the shops here:,-75.6829595,18z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c4df10ebc411c9:0xcd850b21625a4cae!8m2!3d41.3904329!4d-75.6807408 <,-75.6829595,18z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c4df10ebc411c9:0xcd850b21625a4cae!8m2!3d41.3904329!4d-75.6807408>

> On Mar 12, 2020, at 14:35, NW Modeling List <nw-modeling-list at> wrote:
>     Does anyone know of any recordings out there in audioland of the N&W ALCO T-6's working ? I was just remembering how I would be reporting to work in Roanoke in the wee hours and a consist of four of them would be humping coal and out of each was a 3-4 foot high reddish orange flame coming out of their stacks!
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James Wall
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