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Date: 11/19/23 16:46
Switcher Sunday
Author: jrpoland

A couple offerings from this fall. The first one is the former Conrail 9330, an SW1200 built for PRR in 1957. It is currently at New Vision Coop in Miloma, MN. The second is a Minnesota Corn Processors SW1500, No 2479 switching on the south end of ADM Corn Processing in Columbus, NE. MCP owned the plant in Columbus until ADM bought them out in 2002. 2479 is an ex Southern Pacific unit. 

Joel Poland
Columbus, NE






Date: 11/19/23 19:10
Re: Switcher Sunday
Author: texchief1

Nice images, Joel!!

texchief1



Date: 11/19/23 20:08
Re: Switcher Sunday
Author: PHall

9330 meets the requirements to be a grain elevator loco, rope operated rain covers for the exhaust stacks and a plug-in connection for the block heater.



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