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[[image - black & white photograph of a double cab, electric locomotive with the name New Haven and 0366 on the side and a group 32 men standing in front]] [[caption]]Members of engineering and manufacturing departments, test men and customers inspectors with the last one of six class 2-C+C-2-272/432-6GEA622-11000ac/660dc volt streamline electric locomotives for the N.Y., N.H. & H.RR. Co. Left to right: S.B. Avery, F.A. Naeser, J.F. Downey, F. Liebel, W.F. Goetter, E. Milliron, H. Craig, R.C. Kennedy, O. Kjolseth, H.L. Disco, C.A. Law, F. Prinz, F.P. Tate, J.J. Flynn, W.B. Nicklas, R.A. Miller, P.D. Floyd, E.J. Buseck, E.W. Schaaf, W.A. Richards, M.W. Metzner, R.T. Williams, A.P. Bobonic, L.F. Foote, D.A. Wagner, F.C. Brown, M.S. Phenneger, R.P. Hain, A. Gray, P.H. Rosansky, H.E. Adair, H. Moser. Negative MEJ Taken 5-27-38[[/caption]]
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