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bnsf971

Gomez Addams
Staff member
Hmm... Looks like it needs brakes, the wheels need recontoured, one of the traction motors trips the ground relay, and it's throwing oil.
Other than that, it seems to be a Santa Fe rebuilt GP7 with not a ton of rust.
 

NCRC5315

Active Member
Yes, ex-ATSF, GP7. I spent many hours on it switching cars in the Norfolk yard, always wondered where it went to.
 

Greg@mnrr

Section Hand
Rumor has it that a cabin neighbor down our road laid track for a wooden caboose. The day the caboose was being unload a fellow stops in his car and asked the guy "How much do you want for your caboose?" The owner reply without thinking a number twice of what he paid and the guy accepted and the caboose was reloaded onto the flat bed and delivered to its new owner!

-Greg
 




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