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We're looking forward to many more years of partnership with, and success for El Pollo Loco.
This loco was sold one of three sold to an American museum in 1965 and stored.
The pace of new restaurant openings at El Pollo Loco has increased dramatically in the last five years.
It was named after the fourth Lord Penrhyn and after 50 years of hard work the loco was worn out, and in 1954 was dumped on a siding until put on display in 1966.
Locos staged a mini-revival through Jamie Watt's three-minute double.
El Pollo Loco disclosed that contrary to defendants' prior claims of being on track to achieve 3%-5% comparable store sales increases, second quarter 2015 "[s]ystem-wide comparable restaurant sales[had grown] 1.
Group spokesman Martin Perry said: "The Llangollen Diesel group is looking to reduce its fleet, mainly due to the fact its members have less time available to spend on the locos due to family and work commitments.
El Pollo Loco has identified an initial 80 trade areas in Houston for potential restaurant development by the company and existing and new franchisees.
Damaged twice during the war, the loco was withdrawn from service in 1964.
Always indulging the taste buds of its loyal chicken lovers, the culinary experts at El Pollo Loco have re-introduced this traditional Mexican dish--It's carnitas with an El Pollo Loco twist.
As vice president, supply chain management, Burke will oversee the total cost of goods for the El Pollo Loco system, which boasts more than 400 restaurants in five states, as well as the entire supply chain including logistics and distribution.
From today five of the seven services between Holyhead and Birmingham will be operated by 40-year-old locos and borrowed carriages.