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In November 2019, Classic Trains editors will celebrate the heritage, history, and lore of famed (and infamous) railroads. This month, we honor the Atlantic Coast Line.

Please enjoy a collection of images located in the David P. Morgan Library archives at Kalmbach Media that include ACL's iconic locomotives and scarce builder's photos.

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Dual-service Pacific

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 4-6-2 Pacific-type steam locomotive No. 429 was one of 45 class P-3 engines built by Baldwin Locomotive Works between 1914 and 1916. Its 69-inch drivers made it suitable for both freight and passenger service. ACL used Pacifics extensively on freight trains.
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