ALCO Century 420 - Preservation

Preservation

  • Lehigh Valley Railroad 405 is currently operating in Scranton, PA as Delaware Lackawanna Railroad 405.
  • Lehigh Valley Railroad 408 is at the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum (Oak Ridge, TN) as VLIX 2064.
  • Lehigh Valley Railroad 414 is on the Delaware Lackawanna Railroad (Scranton, PA).
  • Long Island Rail Road 220 is at the Yucatan RR Museum as NdeM 220.
  • Louisville & Nashville Railroad 1310 is at the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum (Oak Ridge, TN).
  • Louisville & Nashville Railroad 1315 is at the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum (Oak Ridge, TN).
  • NdeM 5700 is at the Yucatan RR Museum.
  • Seaboard Air Line Railroad 124 is at the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad (Independence, OH) as their 365.
  • Erie Mining 7221 is currently owned by Amsterdam Leasing Company and stored on the Southern Railroad of New Jersey at Winslow, NJ.
  • Long Island Rail Road 213 is active on the Dakota Southern RR DS paint scheme, same number Mitchell, SD

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