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Yes it was. Possibly somewhere in the vicinity of Kent, or Hatch Pond. According to the writings of Mr. Fogg, or someone writing about him, it's the only Alco painting he ever did where he actually visited the location.Ron High wrote:
Was the Berkshire the location of the very nice Howard Fogg Alco publicity painting of the three RS2s on a freight?
I will add that Peter Cornwall's In the Shore Line's Shadow is well researched and well written --- as a history book. It cries out for chapters on railroad operations, which were very interesting on the Danbury Line. I'm talking about details of passenger consists, freight schedules, freight customers, what power was assigned when, and so on (I probably should keep my mouth shut because I'm not volunteering to write this).day10s wrote:
The only one that even comes close is In The Shoreline's Shadow. That book only covers the south end up to Danbury.