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Owner: Norfolk Southern
Model:GE ES44ACBuilt As:NS 8110 (ES44AC)
Serial Number:60764Order No:1991
Frame Number: Built:3/2012
Notes:Builder's Date 3/2012, order/frame # 1991, in svc Mar.15,2012
Other locos with this serial:  NS 8110(ES44AC)
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NS 8110 and CN 2577
Title:  NS 8110 and CN 2577
Description:  CN unit train of 2-bay covered hoppers splits Broad St. and approaches Ceape Ave. as it heads northeast via former C&NW rails at Oshkosh, WI on 7 Apr. '18. Train had two locomotives, NS 8110 and CN 2577. The interesting and historic brick industrial facility at 32-36 Broad St., was erected by Oshkosh’s J. A. Day & Co. in 1870. The flour mill was built for George M. Wakefield, et al., to replace the earlier Oshkosh City Flouring Mills, which stood here until destroyed by fire on 17 May ‘70. That large, old, wooden flour mill (built in ‘56) had been purchased by A. S. Trow & Co. in ‘69 (Wakefield was a partner in that company). When the current facility was completed in ‘70, it became known as the Wakefield Mill, or Wakefield’s Mill, operated by the Wakefield Bros. It continued to be referred to as the Wakefield Mill until at least ‘95, operated by Woodford, Foote & Co. in ‘76, and then Foote Bros. & Co. from about ‘77 until ‘90. It operated as the Foote-Cornish Milling Co. from ‘91 until about the end of 1900. There was an adjacent grain elevator during some of its service as a flour mill. It was home to the Wisconsin Pulp Plaster Co. circa ‘04-‘07. The Baker Paper Co., founded in ‘99, moved into the facility in Aug. ‘14 and owned it until ca. ‘93. It is currently home to the Oshkosh-area United Way, et al. Numerous windows have been added or modified over the years and a partial fourth story was removed at some point after ‘19. The 2013 bascule bridge over the Fox River, built to replace the 1899 swing bridge, is visible in the background.
Photo Date:  4/7/2018  Upload Date: 5/12/2018 3:57:30 AM
Location:  Oshkosh, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
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Locomotives:  NS 8110(ES44AC) CN 2577(C44-9W) NS 8110(ES44AC) CN 2577(C44-9W)
Views:  115   Comments: 1
NS ES44AC 8110
Title:  NS ES44AC 8110
Description: 
Photo Date:  10/14/2018  Upload Date: 6/17/2019 8:59:22 PM
Location:  New Haven, IN
Author:  Alan Gaines
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Locomotives:  NS 8110(ES44AC)
Views:  16   Comments: 1
NS 4148
Title:  NS 4148
Description: 
Photo Date:  2/3/2019  Upload Date: 3/4/2019 7:40:31 AM
Location:  Bethlehem, PA
Author:  Dick Leonhardt
Categories: 
Locomotives:  NS 4148(AC44C6M) NS 8110(ES44AC)
Views:  45   Comments: 1
NS 8110
Title:  NS 8110
Description: 
Photo Date:  2/3/2019  Upload Date: 3/4/2019 8:07:42 AM
Location:  Bethlehem, PA
Author:  Dick Leonhardt
Categories: 
Locomotives:  NS 8110(ES44AC) NS 4148(AC44C6M)
Views:  57   Comments: 1
NS 8110
Title:  NS 8110
Description: 
Photo Date:  2/3/2019  Upload Date: 3/4/2019 8:10:47 AM
Location:  Bethlehem, PA
Author:  Dick Leonhardt
Categories: 
Locomotives:  NS 8110(ES44AC)
Views:  17   Comments: 0
NS 8110/ PRR 7048
Title:  NS 8110/ PRR 7048
Description:  8110 leading a stack train west bound at the Horseshoe Curve.
Photo Date:  8/22/2019  Upload Date: 10/30/2019 4:31:23 AM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  scott crotwell
Categories:  Roster,Scenic,Action
Locomotives:  NS 8110(ES44AC) PRR 7048(GP9)
Views:  63   Comments: 1
The railfans gather
Title:  The railfans gather
Description:  A group of excited railfans grabbing a spot to watch this stack train pass through.
Photo Date:  8/22/2019  Upload Date: 10/30/2019 4:27:15 AM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  scott crotwell
Categories:  Scenic,Action
Locomotives:  NS 8110(ES44AC) NS 9802(C44-9W)
Views:  30   Comments: 1


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