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Central Oklahoma Railfan Club (CORC) 814

Description: A color photograph print showing the Central Oklahoma Railfan Club (CORC) diesel electric 814, on shakedown run, crossing North Canadia River on AT&L Railroad south of Watonga, Okla., 4 cars. No problems were detected. The 814 was originally Northern Pacific, then BN [Burlington Northern], and finally donated by BN to the CORC [now the Central Oklahoma Railway Museum] in 1982. Now, after years of restoration, is again in service. [The AT&L - aka the ATLT - was named after the grandsons (Austin,… more
Date: April 27, 1991
Creator: George, Preston
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Central Oklahoma Railfan Club (CORC) 814 & AT&L 1948

Description: A color print showing the Central Oklahoma Railfan Club (CORC) diesel electric 814, and 2-unit diesel -electric AT&L 1948, with a string of grain hoppers, at Watonga Junction, OK. Both trains facing south. To the right on east main is CORC 814, passenger extra with 4 cars. The 814 was donated by BN [Burlington Northern] to the CORC [now the Central Oklahoma Railway Museum] in 1982. [see also 2008.008.7103]
Date: April 27, 1991
Creator: George, Preston
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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