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This baby has had one long career! The Gulf & Ohio owned Conecuh Valley Railroad based in Troy, Alabama has recently received this engine from sister railroad, the Yadkin Valley Railroad in North Carolina. This motor was built in August of 1969 for the Penn Central as the PC 7761. It was later sold to Conrail and it retained its 7761 number. HLCX took control of it and changed it to the 3615, who later sold it to G&O.

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