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Indiana & Ohio

CSS GP38-2 & IORY GP35 (ex-NW), two fine Geeps representing Indiana's shortline scene.

I first heard about Indiana & Ohio when I lived in Nova Scotia, as CBNS had IORY 62, a similar looking high-hood GP9 on the roster (since scrapped).
Not overly impressed with the current crop of RailAmerica engines working IORY trackage I decided to railfan the Chicago South Shore Freight instead.

So I was really fortunate to catch IORY 251 in the Western Rail boneyard on my Seattle trip, next to a BC Rail SD40-2, MRL SD45, UP SD40-2T, SP GP35R, NPR GP35, DMVW GP35s, DRGW GP30s, PAL GP10s and other 'junk' I think of as treasure.
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