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The Hobo Railroad's End Cab Switchers

In between the Hobo Railroad's "Santa Express" and "Journey to the North Pole" trains, here's a peak at four end cab switchers that are home to the northern portions of these New Hampshire rails. Their other two locomotives not pictured are #302 (GP7) stored in Meredith and #1921 (GP9) stored on the north leg of the Lincoln wye.

From nearest to farthest..
#1590, EMD SW1001, built 1973, former CIT Group, Norfolk Southern, Conrail, and Reading.
#1012, EMD SW1000, built 1970, former LTEX, BNSF, BN.
#1186, ALCO S3, built 1952, former Wolfeboro, and B&M. Named for Edward Clark (Stored for winter)
#958 ALCO S1, built 1947, former Maine Coast & Maine Central. There's nothing wrong with 958, those blankets help keep a 1947 built locomotive bundled up, warm, and ready to go in December if needed.

Photographed by Jay Gadon, December 15, 2019.
Added to the photo archive by Jay Gadon, December 16, 2019.
Railroad: Hobo Railroad.

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