NW-Mailing-List Digest, Vol 48, Issue 43
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Thu Oct 29 15:37:38 EDT 2009
Whether the "Norwich yard" of VSI&M may have had Y6s or not I don't know. However, the infamous #s2143,2174 & 2189 were at United Iron and Metal near 4th and Albemarle. The yard sat North of the diamond at JK between the Virginian and N&W mains. Don't believe that Mr. Golden was involved with United....but I could be wrong.
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Too bad the British interest involved wasn't Dai Woodham of Barry Scrapyard fame, I'm guessing those engines would still be with us otherwise. Was United Iron & Metal also owned by Sam Golden of Virginia Scrap Iron & Metal before the sale, or were they two completely separate operations? I've been told once or twice over the years that the Y6's were in Sam Golden's Norwich yard (the one that still has the N&W steam crane sitting in it). Sounds like that information might have been wrong? If so, I'll need to make a correction or two on the Lost Engines site.
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 09:38:09 -0400
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>Subject: Re: Y6B 2171
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>Just a minor correct and some addition to Bud's excellent report. The
>two locomotive, 2143 and 2174 were at United Iron and Metal, not
>Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal. United had been sold sometime in 1975
>to British interests, I am guessing as part of some larger deal, and
>their main mission was clear, scrap everything on site, and close the
>business, which was completed sometime in 1976.
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