ALCo C424 and C425 Manuals

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ALCo C424 and C425 Manuals

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Would anyone happen to know where I can find the manuals or any other ALCo Documentation on the Century 424 and Century 425?
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Post by Alcoman »

What kind of Manuals? Operating or maintenanece? I have a 425 Maintenance manual that I can copy for you if needed. Its from the NH C425.
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Post by Luther Brefo »

either and both would be very much appreciated.

i'll certainly take a copy of the C425 maintenance manual.
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wess

Post by wess »

Other than the output of the main. What other differences told the two apart besides the radiator sheeting?
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Post by txbritt »

The builder's plate?
Purchasing invoice?

:P

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Post by mandealco »

Hi
Try George Elwood's Site:
http://www.rr-fallenflags.org/

He has some manuals on line. I know I've seen the C-430 operator's manual, and there could be more.

Cheers
Steve
Modelling NJ in NZ
There's only one Alco in NZ. 8-(

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Post by wess »

the C424/5 manual is there. Just checked
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Post by Luther Brefo »

Thanks guys. I've found what I was looking for.
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