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Date: 03/01/11 17:21
Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohio
Author: train544

CSX Q 368 had this bloody nose B30-7 Southern Pacific 7793 passing thru Willard Ohio on Monday
Headed for a scrapper somewhere
Tom Boylan




Date: 03/01/11 17:24
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: RyanWilkerson

3 railroads represented on one loco!
I really liked the look of these GE Bs when they were freshly painted in this scheme.

Ryan Wilkerson
Fair Oaks, CA
ShastaRails



Date: 03/01/11 17:25
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: tpwman

maybe Larry's truck and electric



Date: 03/01/11 17:42
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: rehunn

Looks like it was running really clean, oh it was shut down? Couldn't
tell, looked just like the B boats in their last days.



Date: 03/01/11 18:51
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: SanJoaquinEngr

no tears shed for a POS GE Junker headed to the scrap yard !



Date: 03/01/11 18:55
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: CCT41

was this the GE that was stored on the San Luis & Rio Grande in Alamosa Colorado?



Date: 03/01/11 19:20
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: rehunn

No, that unit was pretty mint and ran on occasion.



Date: 03/01/11 19:24
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: ats90mph

I never knew those GE's got Speed Lettered.



Date: 03/01/11 21:42
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: Fizzboy7

A big chunk of the SP/SSW B-boats got re-sealed just before the UP merger. All jazzed up with new paint. Still not the most optimum of engines as SanJoaqEngr mentioned...



Date: 03/02/11 05:56
Re: Bloody Nose Southern Pacific 7793 B30-7 Willard Ohi
Author: BigDave

RyanWilkerson Wrote:
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> 3 railroads represented on one loco!

Four, if you count the speed lettering (showing Rio Grande influence)



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