CB&Q M-4 2-10-4 6315 still under steam, but never to run again. On the Q, these engines were called the Colorado types even though they worked haling coal in southern Illinois.
My first try to photograph a movie run was at Zearing, Illinois.
I was a novice fantripper and photographer, and knew nothing about photo lines or panning and not enough about shutter speed.
Stalled on the main after the rod failure.
5632 takes a spin on the Galesburg turntable.
Fans visit the cab, but note the missing valve gear parts. This engine was one of 18 2-10-4s built by Baldwin in 1927 and 1929.
A sad sight and the future for 6315.
Hudson 3007 spotted for photographers.
Readying 5632 for her solo return.
The sun is already low as 5632 awaits her high speed return.
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