Great Smoky Mtn RR Small green "steam" loco?

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Great Smoky Mtn RR Small green "steam" loco?

Postby MattW » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:12 pm

I haven't been to the GSMRR in quite a while, but while poking around in Google Maps one day, I found this interesting little critter: It looks like it has proper couplers and air hoses but it looks way too small and "fanciful" to be a real locomotive. Does anyone know just what this thing is?
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Re: Great Smoky Mtn RR Small green "steam" loco?

Postby Backshophoss » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:25 pm

Could have been a GE 44 toner under that sheet metal,a "wild" guess :wink:
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Re: Great Smoky Mtn RR Small green "steam" loco?

Postby n2xjk » Mon Apr 23, 2018 1:07 pm

That used to be "The Little Engine That Could" that toured the country for a couple years in the mid-2000's. I don't know the story of how it ended up at GSMR though.
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