Great photo Bill thank you for posting, this loco today lives on as the Stourbridge Loco used for the rail excursion train.. Also check this page out I found on the net...
Check out Bill's photo of number 54
I love it Bill, reminds me of those Lionel O Scale Hoppers...
great photos Scotch.....
See the following web site for another photo of the Manuel Yllera:
Also see PC 2910 (Conrail 2910):
Lehigh & New England Caboose #580
Built: For the Lehigh & New England at the Reading Company Shops, pre-1943 Info: All-steel with full-width centered cupola. Sold to Central of New Jersey in 1961. Sold to Steamtown in 1975.
For additional information see:
National Register of Historic Places Continuation Sheet, Section 7, page 95.
Louisville & Nashville Railway Post Office car number 1100 was built by American Car and Foundry in 1914 and has 6 wheel trucks. It was acquired by the Steamtown Foundation in 1977. This photo was taken in 1978 at Steamtown in Bellows Falls, Vermont.