Last days of the classic old Reading RR signal at CP WALL, as an eastbound intermodal chugs by with a smoky B36-7 at the head end. Today, the yard is virtually abandoned, with the disappearance of local industry such as the aluminum plant in Cornwall, which required the covered coil cars. Only the old storage track (now known as Cleona Siding,) just to the right of the signal mast, is occasionally used. No. 5002 was built by GE in November, 1983, and eventually ended up on the Estrada de Ferro Vitoria-Minas railroad in Brazil as their No. 726.