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Date: 01/14/20 21:12
SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: photobob

SP 5321 hanging around the Bayshore Roundhouse in the early 1960's.

Robert Morris
Dunsmuir, CA
Robert Morris Photography




Date: 01/14/20 21:34
Re: SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: BoilingMan

That’s nice- what lens is that?
SR



Date: 01/14/20 21:59
Re: SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: TonyJ

Thanks for the wonderful loook back, Bob.



Date: 01/14/20 22:36
Re: SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: doge_of_pocopson

Awesome!! B



Date: 01/14/20 22:59
Re: SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: Ritzville

Really NICE!!

Larry



Date: 01/15/20 06:44
Re: SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: photobob

It was shot with a 180mm lens on a twin lens Mamiyaflex.

Robert Morris
Dunsmuir, CA
Robert Morris Photography



Date: 01/15/20 20:15
Re: SP 5321 at the Bayshore Roundhouse
Author: rrman6

Ritzville Wrote:
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> Really NICE!!
>
> Larry

I agree here Larry!  A superb shot.  I always like the SP and their units, but the large light on top of them always seemed to amaze me.  With this unit I'll have to say the SP really knew how to clutter the nose.  Not the typical GM-EMD ladders and not just one, but two.  I wonder the reason for such?  Was it for servicing something atop the hood that two people would be required to perform a joint service, bringing something down together?  Maybe it was the humungous light on top!
It seemed the SP was never satisfied with the standard GM lighting and was alway modifying with larger and different headlights/warning lights.  Regardless, I still miss the SP as it once was.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/15/20 20:21 by rrman6.



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