RailPictures.Net Photo: GCRR 303 Georges Creek Railway Alco DF A at Barton, Maryland by Ed Mullan
 
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» Georges Creek Railway (more..)
» Alco DF A (more..)
» Coal Mine Road Crossing (more..)
» Barton, Maryland, USA (more..)
» April 03, 2012
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» GCRR 303 (more..)
» none (more..)
» Ed Mullan (more..)
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The 303's train rest on a new spur just constructed by the George's Creek. The two ballast cars in the consist are from the long gone Ma & Pa. and evidently the only two they had. The Alco is engineless, only used for back up movements, the power is GP 9 GCRR 25.
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