Diesel Detail Freak
Late start anyone?
Rouge River draw bridge... Quite the amazing area there. Center piece of many ICP songs.Now we're approaching the legendary Rouge Steel complex (formerly owned by the Ford Motor Co.):
I honestly don't know if it's the same exact bridge as above or not, but it's the same type in the 'open' position:
Time for me to get a copy of the Diesel spotters guide..............Anthony you are correct, that MSTL geep is indeed a '7' - you can tell by looking at the spread-apart pair of grilles at the end of the long hood. (Athearn always called it a 'GP9' but that was incorrect)
Great shots! I was in this same area on 3-3. We ended up having to give our film up to homeland security...
Don't feel bad, I used to think the same thing (GP9's had dynamic brakes, GP7's did not) until one of my rivet counter friends set me straightTime for me to get a copy of the Diesel spotters guide..............
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