Three sets of SD units wait on crews to head north out of Black Mountain yards to the Leatherwood branch in the coal fields of Eastern, KY

Friday, May 6, 2016

P&P Logging

Going through more pictures of the KV&O, I came across some oddities. Dates on pictures say April 4, 1941. This made not look odd to some people but the engine and cab pictured are both from P&P Logging. Equipment from P&P Logging was hardly even seen by the public eye let alone any pictures. Loco 127 started out as a 2-6-6-2 with no tender. In later years the loco got a new tender and the rebuilt cab. The caboose is a shorty 2 truck cab. Not surprised it isn't lettered. P&P was known for not putting numbers or lettering on its equipment. Additional note, both locomotive and cab picture still survive today. The locomotive pulls a tourist train from time to time and the cab is on display. It probably will not see the rail again unless it is fitted with roller bearing trucks.   




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