AVR's 10 at Barnet, VT.
Allegheny Valley Railroad's 10 sits here in Barnet, VT among other engines and cabooses. It's neighbor is Maine Central's 16. Both appear to be 44 tonners.
[Archive Maintainer Note:]
Scott Dickinson reports that this engine once belonged to the Aroostook Valley Railroad; headquartered out of Presque Isle, ME. The AVR was originally started as an electric passenger service, then they went to diesel utilizing the 44 tonners. The rail used to go to Caribou, New Sweden, Wasburn and all over Presque Isle interchanging with the Bangor and Aroostook(BAR) in Presque Isle. They served the potato industry when it was in its heyday in northern Maine.
Photographed by Ken Hawkins, November 14, 1998.
Added to the photo archive by Ken Hawkins, February 7, 1999.
Railroad: Aroostook Valley Railroad.