As a fun project I kitbashed a Williams 44-ton locomotive to a near copy of a Niagara Junction, General Electric E-10. I added a pantograph, removed the exhaust stacks, changed the truck sideframes to AAR switcher type and made the decals.
The Niagara Junction Ry was an electrified switching railroad that serviced the chemical companies along the Niagara River in Niagara Falls NY. It was owned jointly by the Erie Lackawanna and Lehigh Valley, and became part of Conrail in 1976. It dieselized in 1978.