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Espee, we hardly knew ye
Espee's first two SD70Ms are on the point of the PTPCX, changing crews at Dunsmuir, California on July 2, 1994.
Greg....I think I like the Alco-Haulic 9800 better...Nice shot there in Dunsmiur... Guess I am going to have to bite the bullet and get out and shoot some. The 9's and 45's are no more. So sad... G
 
i wish Up would leave these units the way they are insted of painting them
 
That was the Maiden run of the 9800'S The 9800 and 9801. I remember catching that train at Stockton Tower. Right behind this guy was a BNBKG with BN SD40-2 and Three BN U33C in consist! What a day for foaming!

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