UP 7200 east w/FXE 4601

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I like the 8118,looks alittle blank on the front, but i kinda like it like that.

I'm a big fan of the SD90's so I can agree! Yea they're a little blank with the small logo but I like them that way as well, though the 8242, the only one with wings is pretty cool looking too. Thanks for the comment.:D


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I agree too, the SD9043AC's looked a little blank in the front. I think they should have put wings on all of them, or at least a larger UP Shield.


Great shots! I was happy to get it,since UP stiffed us on the 1996.......AGAIN!

Honestly I'm about sick of getting my hopes up for it, back in March when I caught 1995 there was no hope until I saw on Youtube it was in SW KS that same day, then sure enough, even though it was dark she came blaring by at 70 MPH.

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