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Picture Information:
Picture Title: 613 and 614
Location: Riverside Live Steamers, Riverside CA
Photographer: Charlie Giordano
Submission Date: 10/25/2009 8:22:42 AM
Comments: Are Allen American poses for a shoot next to Gene Allens American. how funny it was to find that are engines were 613 and 614????????
Gallery Category: Other Clubs
Technical Information:    
Shooting Location: Riverside Live Steamers, Riverside CA
Owner: Gene Allen SCLS
Locomotive Name or Road: Yosemite Valley American No.613 and Gene Allens American 614
Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
Whyte Classification Numeric: 4-4-0     Name: American     Layout: ooOO    Class: 4 Wheel Leading Truck
Track Gauge: 7.5
Scale: 1.5
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Critiqued 10/25/2009 12:15:17 PM by tom  d, lakewood
Later on I talked to Gene Allen and asked about the numbers on the locos and he said he made a lot of front number plates with # 613 but when he built his latest loco he had run out of the number plates so he cast up some with number 614. He said there should be a few other 613 and 614 numbered locos out there. So the number #613 on the club loco has nothing behind it. It is just a part that was put on the loco,

tom

  Comment Response Entered: 10/25/2009 8:06:36 PM  By: Phil   Cohen - Torrance, CA
Sounds like we should get a number 21 or 22 plate. Something that the Yosemite Valley would have actually used.

I like his sanders, wonder if he sells the parts for them. We could really use a working sander on the American.

Phil
  Comment Response Entered: 10/26/2009 6:55:35 AM  By: tom   d - lakewood ca
Yes a new number is in the work as I think it would look better. I didn't want to change the number when we got her running as I thought it was a number the builder had put on for some reason. I think we all now know that is not the case.
  Comment Response Entered: 10/26/2009 6:45:12 PM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance
I REALLY THINK IT WOULD LOOK NICER WITH A NEW SNOW PLOW!!!
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