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On Sunday 11/18/2012 I happened to see a GP-20D (CEFX 2004) in consist northbound through NW Portland.


Last night (11/19/2012) there was another one (too dark to make out the number) in a light power move.

Where are they headed?


5th Generation Texian
gads, hadn't seen those in a while. They were thick as flies around Houston a few years back. Mostly GP20D, but also a few of the smaller GP15D as well. Had a chance to chat with a crew once, they loved it if only because (compared to their normal GP15-1) the AC worked. In Houston, that's about the most important feature there is.

Tower 55

Its DGNO. Not Dingo!
Didnt CORP lease a mess of them when Fortress sold off a bunch of RailAmerica GPs to get more cash on hand?


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