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VTR 201 Damage

The damage was caused by 201 hitting the very right rear of the spreader as it was crossing the track, the engineer did all his protocols by laying down sand and performing an emergency stop. None of the passengers on the excursion train, engineer, conductor or spreader driver were hurt, thankfully. Note the damage to the long end hood, railings, the sand filler cap is popped open and the first compartment door is gone and of course all the manure on the engine.

Photographed by Victor LaBerge, October 17, 2009.
Added to the photo archive by Dale Hazzard, October 20, 2009.
Railroad: Vermont Railway.

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