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The world's most flashy MRS-1 departs Montague with a freight train. Sadly, the locomotive was cut up a few years later.
65-00541, MRS1, was built by Alco and General Electric in June 1953, #80352, #31674, as USA B2119. It was transferred as USN 65-00541 on July 30, 1970, and sold as FR&W 541 in 1993.
 

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