The GreatRails North American Railroad Photo Archive
Photo of CSRR 2820 is being uncoupled from its train Next Photo
CSRR 2820 is being uncoupled from its train

CSRR 2820 is being uncoupled from its train having just returned with the last train from Conway on Sunday, June 18, 2006.

CSRR 2820 is a General Electric U23B built in1975 for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad as number 2820. Since then it has been numbered Seaboard 3320, CSX 3320 and RBMN (Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad) 2390. After leaving the RBMN roster in 1999, it became Quincy Bay terminal (QBT) 21 and was equipped with cab signals. At some point in its life, it was rebuilt to B23-7 specifications although it retains the radiator structure common to U-23B locomotives.

Photographed by Roger W. Haigh, June 18, 2006.
Added to the photo archive by Roger Haigh, July 9, 2006.
Railroad: Conway Scenic.

Roger Haigh's awards:

» Contact the person who posted this photograph.

Sharing this photo?

Use this "permalink" to avoid broken links:
Submit to Stumble Submit to Digg Submit to Google Bookmark Submit to Reddit Twit This

[Turn Ads Off]

Visitor Comments about this Photo:

No comments have been left yet.

You must be logged on to post comments.

Follow us on Facebook
News | About NERAIL | About Jeff | Contact Jeff | F.A.Q.'s | Privacy Policy | Other Great Sites
This site, excluding photographs, copyright © 2016 Jeff S. Morris. Photographs copyright © individual photographers, except as noted.