Item 10409 - Bangor & Aroostook engine 404
- Item 10409 - Bangor & Aroostook engine 404
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- Item 10409
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Bangor and Aroostook engine 404 taking on water.Show Details
404 was a Consolidation-type 2-8-0 built by ALCO. It was purchased in November, 1937 and scrapped in December, 1953 when diesel engines began to dominate the nation's railroads.
Information source: "Bangor and Aroostook: the Maine Railroad," Jerry Angier, Herb Cleaves, Flying Yankee Enterprises, 1986, p. 257.