RailPictures.Net Photo: 684 Curtis, Milburne and Eastern Alco C415 at Curtis, Washington by Brian G Morris
 
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» Curtis, Milburne and Eastern (more..)
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» Curtis 
» Curtis, Washington, USA (more..)
» September, 1977
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CM&E Alco C415 684 switches Curis WA on a dreary Day in September 1977
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