This photo in front of the Avondale Locomotive Terminal demonstrates the prominence of Alco units in the Carleton Railway's freight locomotive roster. With the exception of five Fairbanks-Morse units (four H24-66s, and one H16-44), a single GE 44-tonner, and five passenger F-units, all Carleton Railway locos are Alcos. Seen below from right to left are C420 #2010, RSD-15 #2416, C424 #2404, and C628 #2802 (click on photos to enlarge):
The Baird Company is now ready to begin receiving shipments of wholesale merchandise and raw vanilla at its Grafton warehouse and processing facility.
The yard sale in Wakefield keeps expanding:
Business is booming in downtown South Newbridge. The tiny Mulheron Street station (top right) has proven convenient for railway passengers who wish to spend a few hours shopping.
The McCain distribution warehouse in Avondale is a regular rail customer. Mechanical reefers are loaded at the modern faculty at every operating session.