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Date: 06/02/23 17:01
Old EMDs never die...
Author: swaool

...they just become elevator switchers.  Agtegra uses former IMRL SD9 611 at their facility in Highmore SD, where she was photographed on 5/20/2023 by Jeff Van Cleve.  She was formerly SP 4362, and I found her in a Tehachapi helper set at Bena CA in November 1982.

mike woodruff
spokane wa






Date: 06/02/23 20:50
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: exopr

I like SD9s.  Thanks for posting these pictures.



Date: 06/02/23 20:50
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: Grizz

Gotta love those SP light packages. Thanks for posting 



Date: 06/03/23 00:30
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: funnelfan

Nice. I had a similar experiance of photographing the SP SD45R #7556 later as MRL #7556 then rebuilt as MRL #327.

Ted Curphey
Ontario, OR



Date: 06/03/23 06:34
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: Notch7

Great pics of that engine's enduring work career.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/03/23 06:34 by Notch7.



Date: 06/03/23 09:01
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: SD_Rail

The former MRL 327 is now on the DMVW, renumbered back to 7556.

Posted from iPhone



Date: 06/03/23 18:05
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: callum_out

There has been one at Lexington NE as well.

Out 



Date: 06/04/23 07:07
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: atsf121

The really don't, that's amazing to see the locomotive at different stages in it's career.

Nathan



Date: 06/04/23 08:10
Re: Old EMDs never die...
Author: Ritzville

Nice to see the 611 when it was SP 4362.

Larry



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