ALCos of the Little Rock & Western RR

Both C-420, numbered 101 and 102 (b/n 3467-1, 8/66) at the Perry engine house, June 23rd, 1999.

Rolf Stumpf photo

The Little Rock and Western operates freight on a line from Little Rock to Danville. Two jobs originate each (work)day from Perry AR, where the enginehouse is located. One works west to Danville, the other reaches Little Rock's UP yard. Work is done until 5 pm usually. The 101 (b/n 84729, 2/64) carries a plate reading "Remanufactured by Green Bay & Western R.R.", so its heritage is obvious. The lettering scheme is truly GBW style.
Two Geeps (GP9 103 and GP9 7736, lettered for ETRY) complete the LWRN roster.

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