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RailPictures.Net Photo: CC122 Société Nationale Industrielle et Minière (SNIM) EMD SD70ACs at Muncie, Indiana by Brian T. Marsh

RailPictures.Net Photo: CC122 Société Nationale Industrielle et Minière (SNIM) EMD SD70ACs at Muncie, Indiana by Brian T. Marsh

Polish State Railway PM3, formerly DRG 03.10

Dieselpunk: Polish (ex-German) steam locomotive in Warsaw October 2009

Паровоз.

Photograph by phil wright 60009 Sir Nigel Gresley seen on the NYMR fresh from a repaint into BR lined blue livery.

(RS3).  Seaboard R.R.  #1633  ALCO(AAR)  B-B  1600 H.P. Built 1950-53

An ALCO locomotive decorated in the colors of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad -- Parrish, Florida.

Milwaukee Road Engineer John Mullenbach and Amtrak Conductor Dick Seivert and an unknown crewman converse at the exhibit trains stop at the Dells. Back in those days all Amtrak trains on Milwaukee Road property were manned by Milwaukee Road Employees.

Milwaukee Road Engineer John Mullenbach and Amtrak Conductor Dick Seivert and an unknown crewman converse at the exhibit trains stop at the Dells. Back in those days all Amtrak trains on Milwaukee Road property were manned by Milwaukee Road Employees.

QStation: ATSF Resource

A Green Santa Fe locomotive, I'll spot in my life that would be 1 out of

General Motors Locomotive Group (EMDX) EMD SD70ACe at LaGrange, Illinois by Paul M. Rome

General Motors Locomotive Group (EMDX) EMD SD70ACe at LaGrange, Illinois by Paul M. Rome

ATSF #100 (EMD FP45) enjoys a moment's repose at the Barstow Yard Engine Facility in the Early 1970's. Photographer currently unknown.

ATSF (EMD enjoys a moment's repose at the Barstow Yard Engine Facility in the Early Photographer currently unknown.

“Delaware & Hudson Railway RF16 Sharknose Diesels”  The two Baldwin Sharknose diesel locomotives acquired by the Delaware & Hudson Railway in 1974, pose in the warm sun at the railroad’s Colonie, New York shops, circa February 1975. (Photo by Jim Shaughnessy)

“Delaware & Hudson Railway Sharknose Diesels” The two Baldwin Sharknose diesel locomotives acquired by the Delaware & Hudson Railway in pose in the warm sun at the railroad’s Colonie, New York shops, circa February (Photo by Jim Shaughnessy) --- USA

The DDA40X is 98 ft (30 m) long. The frames were fabricated by an outside contractor, the John Mohr Company of Chicago, since the frame length exceeded the abilities of EMD's plant. Using more than one prime mover in a single locomotive was not new; the E-series were popular dual-engine locomotives, and Baldwin had produced (but not sold) a locomotive with four diesel engines.

EMD ''Big Jack'' or '' Centennial ''- 1969 ( Thats a huuuuuuuuge fella !

trains pictures - Bing Images

These photos of the Alaska Railroad Grandview Train provide a look at the train used by cruise lines to shuttle passengers between Anchorage and Seward.

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