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Photo ID: 612779

They were basically an Aircraft Tug/Pusher adapted for railcars. A Roger Puta Photograph

Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Locomotive: Critter
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: BO DT1
Train ID: n/a
Photo Date: December, 1980


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By: Marty Bernard

Added: Apr 09, 2017

Views: 5,150
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Photo ID: 612765

They were basically Aircraft Tug/Pushers adapted for railcars. A Roger Puta Photograph

Railroad: Conrail
Locomotive: Critter
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: CR 3
Train ID: n/a
Photo Date: December, 1980


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By: Marty Bernard

Added: Apr 09, 2017

Views: 4,509
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Photo ID: 451958

C&O battery powered electric locomotive No. 18742 rests between jobs at the Huntington Locomotive Shop. It was used to move locomotives undergoing repairs around the facility.

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Critter
Location: Huntington, West Virginia, USA
Locomotive #: C&O 18742
Train ID: None
Photo Date: November 11, 1977


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By: Extra 127 South

Added: Sep 20, 2013

Views: 7,521
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Photo ID: 361108

Milwaukee had an interesting critter that was used as a shop switcher in Deer Lodge, MT. It operated by means of an extension cord connected to the roundhouse. During operation, they occasionall... (more)

Railroad: Milwaukee Road
Locomotive: Critter
Location: Deer Lodge, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MILW X3800
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April 10, 1971


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By: Doug Wingfield

Added: Apr 20, 2011

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Photo ID: 30351

Built 3/1943 Originally US Corp of Engineers #7951. After WWII sold to Cowan Stone as #795. Cowan Stone became Ideal Cement then Marquette Cement which should be the last owner as of this photo... (more)

Railroad: Private
Locomotive: Critter
Location: Cowan, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: 1982


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By: ke4aik

Added: Sep 03, 2003

Views: 4,790
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