Once a Common Sight on the N&W

It’s strange to think how common these Norfolk & Western Fairbanks-Morse switchers were in the Brewster/Gambrinus (Canton) area in the late 1960s/early 1970s. Until around mid-1974, a trip to Brewster or Gambrinus could usually produce at least one of them. Then all of a sudden, they were gone. How sad. Shown is N&W 2155 (FM H12-44) in Gambrinus in March 1974.

Article and Photograph by Robert Farkas

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