RailPictures.Net Photo: WP 1776 Western Pacific EMD GP40 at South Salt Lake, Utah by James Belmont
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Western Pacific (more..)
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Roper Diesel Shop, D&RGW Subdivision 6 (more..)
South Salt Lake, Utah, USA (more..)
July 15, 1978
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WP 1776 (more..)
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Photographed on Kodachrome more than two years after America's Bicentennial celebration, WP 1776 awaits servicing at D&RGW's Roper Diesel Shop in South Salt Lake. GP40 1776 was built the WP 3540 by EMD in Sept. 1971. Unfortunately it would be destroyed in a wreck at Hayward, CA on April 9, 1980.
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