In the yard at Interbay Wa. sit two GP 60 Bs. Rumor is that they are going to marshal all 23 unit to Interbay then down to Portland for scrap the other side of the rumor is they will put cabs on some units.???? I also put in the Trackmobile
No shortage of Dash 8s in the Denver deadline! Some engine numbers:
GE C40-8 UP 9295, 9146, 9116, 9178, 9329, 9092, 9311, 9102, 9268, 9207
GE C41-8W UP 9413, 9529, 9517
GE B40-8 UP 1861 (ex-SP) with a slug
An old CN unit, former GTW 6417 leads a colorful lash-up. I caught his twin GTW 6425 along with a slug coming off the HBR in Winnipeg back in 2004: http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=16215
The 15s aren't bad either.
None of these engines are UP originals. From top to...
Back in late 1996, a rare speed-lettered SP SW1500 switches the south end of the Klamath Falls, OR, yard, as the snow starts to fall.Canon EOS-10s 35mm, Kodacolor print, scanned on an HP flat bed scanner
Well, my Grandmother took a little bit of a trip to Alaska this summer, and she happened to have brought back some shots! Here we see an Alaska Railway SW1500 at Anchorage, Alaska. It could possibly be an MP15DC.
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