In this black and white Sno-Train image, you can tell by the tires that it is moving. This image was captured prior to it leaving R. G. LeTourneau, Inc.’s property for Greenland. The two small circles in the middle of the bumper are the horn. If I were a betting man, I would say that the train is unpainted in this picture. Notice the apparent oil stain on the top left of the cab, the chalk marking “733” on the lower left of the front bumper and the overall lack of continuity in the overall vehicle shading. The metadata, or description, reads like an advertisement.
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