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Not Missouri Pacific

South Orient was a shortline operating former ATSF branches in Western Texas using a number of ex-CNW GP7s painted in Mopac colors. This is not one of them however, as they were sold off to nearby Fort Worth & Western and converted into Gensets. This is a former NP unit that was put on display while still in full Burlington Northern paint! A great idea for someplace like Missoula, MT but out of place in the dessert with Ferromex GP38-2s running by. I would have loved to see it regardless, but a GP9 paying tribute to a scrapped GP7 in turn giving homage to Missouri Pacific will do.
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