Virginian 507

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I found this postcard in an antique shop a little north of Tazewell/New Tazewell TN on 25.  The card’s not all that rare and it’s got some water damage, but it’s a good picture and it’s from a publisher I’d never heard of.  And that would be Audio-Visual Designs of Earlton, NY.  Earlton is a suburb of Coxsackie…really, Coxsackie.  Although the picture was taken in 1957, I think it was printed in the 80s.  That’s when this company appears to have been active.

More on this locomotive:  click here

I didn’t pay $4.50 for it, either.

4 thoughts on “Virginian 507

  1. Bob Stigall March 3, 2017 / 6:32 pm

    Bob, That looks like a 4-6-4 Hudson locomotive. Do you know? Neat pics as always!

    • Bob Stigall March 3, 2017 / 6:34 pm

      Or maybe a Mikado? 2-8-4? Just noticed the eight sets of drivers.

      • Bob Lawrence March 4, 2017 / 4:58 am

        I apologize. I didn’t insert the link to the other website properly. Please click on the (now) embedded link. The page explains the loco…it’s a Berkshire.
        Love your comments!

    • Bob Lawrence March 4, 2017 / 5:06 am

      I got the link restored to the page where this loco is identified. Thank you for dropping by!

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