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Seaboard Coast Line RR 501, E6A, was built in November 1939, #959, FN E335-A1, as Atlantic Coast Line 501, Class DEP. It was built as E3A but it was wrecked before it was delivered. It was rebuilt as E6A. It became SCL 501 in July 1967 and retired in 1970. It was sold to Glenn Monhart and restored as ACL 501. It was sold to North Carolina Department of Transportation in 1998 and leased to North Carolina Transportation Museum.

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from The Huffington Post

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Donald Trump's Transition Team, Or Lack Thereof, Is Causing Real Panic | The Huffington Post

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Land art with red steel element - land art project, homage to El Lissitzky - 1985|1986 - 100x200x7.50m - test circuit and test center of the national Road and Transport Department of The Netherlands - Lelystad NL (the work has been demolished in the early nineties)

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A book of 50 unused 'Emergency Workpeople's Tickets', from Accrington Corporation Transport Department. There is also some 'dog-earing' to the corners of the top tickets. | eBay!

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RailPictures.Net Photo: RNCX 1810 North Carolina Department of Transportation EMD F59PH at High Point, North Carolina by Hunter Williams

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Bloomdale Bridge Sullivan County, Tennessee Built about 1880. This photo shows its dilapidated condition in the summer of 1965

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