Connersville and New Castle Railroad (CNUR)

CNUR C425 327
Former Connersville and New Castle Railroad (CNUR) ALCo C425 327 is outside the DL shops, Scranton, PA on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.

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Connersville and New Castle Railroad (CNUR)

The C&NC Railroad, also known as the Connersville and New Castle Railroad (reporting mark CNUR), is a Class III short-line railroad that connects the towns of Beesons and New Castle in eastern Indiana. Beginning from an interchange with the Big 4 Terminal Railroad line in Beesons, it runs north through Fayette County, then through the Wayne County communities of Milton and Cambridge City, then northwest into Henry County through New Lisbon to New Castle, where it joins a Norfolk Southern line. The total length of the line is 27.62 miles (44.45 km). The C&NC began operations December 22, 1997, with four employees.

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CNUR 327, ALCo C425

Reportedly CNUR was built in 1966 by ALCo as a model C425, builders number 3461-06, as SPS 325. After the merger it became BN 4263.
Other owners and numbers for this locomotive reportedly include WOHO 327.
CNUR 327 at Scranton Shops
Former Connersville and New Castle Railroad (CNUR) ALCo C425 327 is outside the DL shops, Scranton, PA on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.

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