No nose doors on those noses:
I'd always had a vague notion that there was 'something missing' on these units; a Railroad: Union PacificLocomotive: EMD E9(A)Location: Spencer, North Carolina, USALocomotive #: UP 949Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 31, 2014
Union Pacific’s recently rebuilt E9s curve through Atchison, Kansas, on April 28, 1993. The A-B-A set of cab units is headed from Paducah, Kentucky, where they were rebuilt by VMV, to Omaha.
Streamliners at Spencer
Still waiting at UP Armourdale Yard awaiting repairs to the wheels. Hard to believe 3 weeks ago this engine was shoving N&W 611 into the roundhouse for restoration in Spencer, NC.
A view from the cab, Union Pacific's E9A 949 shows only some of the crowds in attendance at the Streamliners at Spencer event.
A night display in front of the Bob Julian Roundhouse at the Streamliners at Spencer event
Although UP 5042 (SD70M) and UP 949 (E9A) are separated by 42 years of age, I imagine this scene is similar to what might have been photographed in the 1950's.
On the trip home fresh from a rebuild at Paducah, Kentucky, Union Pacific’s E9 No. 949 cuts through the farm country of Willis, Kansas, over the Falls City Subdivision on April 28, 1993. The panne... (more)
Union Pacific 949 and a few other proud streamliners pose for a night shoot in Spencer, NC
UP #949 hangs out with sister E-Units, the Iowa Pacific #515 and the Erie #833 during the Streamliners Event.
UP E9A 949 runs up past N&W 611 and NS 4270 during the Spencer Streamliner event
UP E9A 949 pulls the passenger train during the Spencer Streamliner event