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Date: 04/27/03 18:51
Can you say "Hot Rod"?
Author: railfanner

Caught this today at Buncher Industrial Park. Buncher is located a few miles away from Conway yard, in the Pittsburgh, Pa area. Is this the only GE painted up in this scheme? The unit doesn

Date: 04/27/03 19:16
Re: Can you say "Hot Rod"?
Author: nikonman

Nice shot! You\'re right, that could be the single most photographed unit in the U.S. during today\'s outings.
BTW, I didn\'t realize it was that "green" in Leetsdale. I hope my MAC\'s come out.

Date: 04/27/03 22:20
Re: Can you say "Hot Rod"?
Author: supersock

If 18G had a MAC, I guarantee it wasn\'t heading for Oak Island.

That thing just came out of Juniata on Friday night with 2 other MACS. Then was sent to Huff on Saturday with I think, the 7201 to power a gypsum train west from there.

Maybe Southfork will be back up to 6 SD80MACS again for the week coming up. That would be nice. Not a GE in sight last week.

Date: 04/28/03 19:57
Re: Can you say "Hot Rod"?
Author: freddy

NS 66T gypsum train came out of Huff Power Plant Saturday Evening with #7207 and #7201 for power.

18G on Sunday had #7207 5 deep in it\'s consist!

Here is a shot of the #7207 @ Bovard.

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