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Alco lettered for the Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio.

Diesel Engine, Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Locomotive, Midland Texas

RailPictures.Net Photo: GM&O 911 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio EMD SD40 at Birmingham, Alabama by David Harris

Net Photo: GM&O 1051 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Alco at Meridian, Mississippi by David Harris

Chesapeake & Ohio F7A EMD F7A No. 7047 rests between runs in Springfield, Ill, August 1965. No. 7047 was one of the 27 A-B-A combinations ordered in September 1951. (Photo by Mac Owen)

Chesapeake & Ohio EMD No. 7047 rests between runs in Springfield, Ill, August No. 7047 was one of the 27 A-B-A combinations ordered in September (Photo by Mac Owen)

The Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad was not created until 1938 from two smaller systems, the GM&N and M&O. The GM&O merged with the IC in 1972 to form the Illinois Central Gulf.

Net Photo: GM&O 905 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio EMD at Bloomington, Illinois by Roger Lalonde

Immigration to Iowa has been a constant throughout the state’s history. The Mississippi River, pictured above, facilitated travel to Iowa from the east. The first immigrants included German, Norweg…

High quality photograph of Gulf, Mobile & Ohio EMD # GM&O 100 at Williamsville, Illinois, USA.

Net Photo: GM&O 1112 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Alco at Montgomery, Alabama by David Harris

Richard Leonard's Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Gallery - Alton Route Steam: 4-6-2 5296

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