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.
The Ex New York Central RR FA was in storage. I'm not sure what the future holds for this Unit.