RailPictures.Net Photo: MKT 101 Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad (Katy) EMD GP7 at Dixmoor, Illinois by Rob Schreiner
 
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Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad (Katy) (more..)
EMD GP7 (more..)
NREX's Dixmoor facility (more..)
Dixmoor, Illinois, USA (more..)
January 02, 2007
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MKT 101 (more..)
Unknown
Rob Schreiner (more..)
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Where else can you find 56 year old MKT geeps, an F-unit, an F40c, Alaska GP38-2s and a whole bunch of switchers all in one place, today?
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