Built at the GE Transportation Plant in Erie in 1964, New York Central U25B number 2500 is now part of the collection at the Lake Shore Railway Museum that focuses on GE built locomotives.
Built in 1963 at the nearby GE plant in Erie, NYC 2500 sits with other equipment at the Lake Shore Railway Historical Society.
It appears that NYC 2500 could use a fresh coat of paint.
It's Christmas at the Lake Shore Railway Museum! A caboose excursion for visitors is running on museum trackage under the power of a 44-tonner, seen here from the NYC-painted U25B.
After four separate paint jobs throughout its lifespan, the first U25B in existence is back in the NYC paint scheme, after dawning the livery of GE Demonstrator paint, its first coat of NYC black,... (more)
Front view of NYC 2500 on display.