2013-09-27 D&RGW C18 #315 gets serviced in Chama, N.M....
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Men in the pit start their work
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Paul Deeter, one of the #315's crew, is ready to start.
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C&TS #484 is having major work done
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Dave Hibl and Paul Deeter get ready to handle the 'nasty stuff'.
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Who belongs to those white whiskers?
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Olaf looking in vain for a clean rag?
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Bob Keller is #315's videographer
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Olaf, Gene, and Bob looking intently....
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Dave Hibl and Gene Lincoln
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Paul in work mode! It's very dirty work, but somebody has to do it, and the #315 crew are up to the task!
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Outside waiting in the rain is #489
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C&TS #489 departs for FRA testing on the Rio Chama bridge
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The main rods require air tank pressure to get the grease fed properly
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Dave cleans "the gun"
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C&TS #463 comings in to the engine house
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Number 315 consumes much less coal than the larger K36's. This photo was taken before additional coal was added for the double header Sunday
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Inside the cab, left to right
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Dave stoking the firebox
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Nicely distributed fire under the boiler
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Dennis D’Alessandro about to enter 'the office'
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Getting ready to move #315 forward for additional attention.
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C&TS must hire the handicapped...... O.K. this is the locker room, and there's probably a story behind the 'emblem'.
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Yours Truly, Lorne A Noyes, self portrat as an honorary #315 crew member for the day
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Olaf and Gene
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Let's call it a day!
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