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  1. Steve Holmes in Brazil

    Steve Holmes in Brazil

    The american railfan Steve Holmes joined me in a trip on MRS Paraopeba line yesterday evening. Here he is at Alberto Flores yard photographing the coupler of pushers being prepared for another tail help at Marinhos hill.
  2. Liz


    Today morning I met this very small MRS train at km 626+700m. Just five cars, one Liz and four box, leaded by two C26-7 and two C36-7. The locos were going to Wilson Lobato yard to get the cement train back to BH.
  3. MRSL Paraopeba line

    MRSL Paraopeba line

    Three dash 7 pulling an iron ore train up hill at Marinhos yard. I love thius are. It is full of train 24 hours a day.
  4. MRSL 3833

    MRSL 3833

    MRSL 3833 is an old NW C36-7. Here we see it at Murtinho yard. Scanned picture
  5. MRSL 3889

    MRSL 3889

    MRSL 3889 at Joaquim Murtinho yard. At side we see FRS class car with "Ziraldo" drawing and the brazilian flag at side.
  6. MRSL 3835

    MRSL 3835

    MRSL 3835 and other C36-7 leading an empty ore train at Moeda yard.
  7. UP in Brazil

    UP in Brazil

    MRSL 5101 leading a special train with ex-UP C36-7 approaching GE factory in Brazil.
  8. MRSL 3866

    MRSL 3866

    MRSL 3866, 3862 and 3291 at Barreiroyard. The two yellow ones are ex- UP C36-7.
  9. MRSL 3763

    MRSL 3763

    MRSL 3763 is an ex-CR #6636. Here we see it with #3765 (ex-TFM 2206) and 3674 switching cement cars at Vespasiano yard.
  10. EFC 720

    EFC 720

    EFC SD70M 720 and a C36-7 leading the first section of a 340 cars of iron ore at Carajas railway. Picture from my friend Fernando Cunha.
  11. BC Rail 3624

    BC Rail 3624

    BC Rail C36-7 3624 sits in the deadline at Homewood. This railway must be a sight to see operating, very nice paint schemes! This one wears the blue and white paint.
  12. CSXT C30-7 7136 (CR C36-7)

    CSXT C30-7 7136 (CR C36-7)

    former CR C36-7, derated by CSX too 3000HP and now classed as C30-7 There are no major external differnces from the C30-7 and most (not all) C36-7

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