RS11 Photos

Originally the New Haven No.1402

Then the Penn Central 7662, and the Conrail 7589

and then a lease-unit and finally a quarry workhorse.

If we hadn't found it when we did, it would have been scrapped! 

Retrieving the RS11 from a Quarry in Georgia

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Loading the Trucks at the Quarry

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Securing the Load

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Ready to Go.

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A Stop Along the Way for Repairs

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Repairing Some Damage.

(Finally in Danbury)

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When we received the RS11, it had a damaged side sill.   The two photos below show repairs in-progress.

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Recent Photos

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