PRR Alco's...where are they now?

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PRR Alco's...where are they now?

Post by PRRGuy »

Ok, where are all the ex PRR S-1,S-2, and S-4's?
I havent been able to find any other PRR alco's other then a few RS3m's and 3 T-6's. I find it hard to believe that's all that are left..

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Post by Luther Brefo »

On the LA&L, the only PRR C424 is stored awaiting repairs. The LA&L picked it up after the GBW went belly-up.
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Post by N. Todd »

Well, there are 5 C425s. I know there are some switchers around, many have probobly been converted into zombies if they didnt wind up on a shortline or industry. I offhand, the Alexander RR picked up an S-3.

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Post by PRRGuy »

I'm not familiar with that railroad...where is that based?

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Post by nessman »

LA&L - Livonia Avon & Lakeville. About 1/2 hr south of Rochester NY.

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Post by PRRGuy »

Alco S-4 PRR 8892 / PC 9792 was last reported as Ivaco #250-60 somewhere in Ontario in 8/1987. This looks to be some kind of rolling mill company. Is this loco still around?

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