Yesterday while driving on Jackson road in Atco, NJ I spotted in a salvage yard an 18 ton Plymouth switcher. The first diesel the PRSL owned was just such a locmotive. It was designated number 1 and switched passenger cars in Wildwood, I believe from 1934 t0 1943 and then sold to a Camden iron foundry. Is this Atco engine the same locmotive as the number one ? If so, this is a valuable historic locomotive and needs to be rescued by some New Jersey short line before it is scrapped or rusts into oblivion. The original number 1 is pictured in the Gladulich book on Atlantic City trains, p. 171 and in the Kramer book on the PRSL, p. 45.