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Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by brakie, Jul 20, 2006.
Here are the last of the pictures I wanted to share in ths series..I hope you enjoyed the "tour"..
Great Photo's Larry.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Brakie, I've seen one of those grey NS engines around here off and on. It's in the 9800 range if I remember right. I wonder what is up with that? All the warning stencils are in place as well as all markings. Curiouser and curiouser....
Michael,Those units are still in the primer paint..NS puts new locomotives into service and paints them when ever they get around to it..Kinda like buying a undec engine slapping on our railroad's name and putting it into service on our layouts and painting it when we feel like painting.
Thanks for the question and answer Michael and Brakie! I was going to ask about those grey NS units too!
odd..you have a pic with the engine 2673 and 2763 . Play the pick 4 tonight! lol what engine is that 2763? Is it a sd 80?
' tis an SD70ACe I see them on the UP ALOT around here in Ca
Brakie, thanks for the answer. I was wondering if maybe they were finally chainging their paint scheme and start washing their equipment for a change. I guess not!
The only time they are clean is when they come from the dealer and when they get a new paint job. I haven't seen a clean piece of equipment in a long time.
great shots Brakie but all the green just don't look right to me
Nice shots as usual, Wish we had that much action around here.. Soon as this new car plant opens we will though. Cant wait.
Great photo's Larry. Maybe the NS should rehire some of the old Rock Island Railroad painters!? The Rock spared no man power or expense to paint their locomotives (and rolling stock!)sign1 sign1