RailPictures.Net Photo: SPAX 60 SEPTA Republic RL1000 at Lansdale, Pennsylvania by Robert Pisani
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Republic RL1000 (more..)
SEPTA Lansdale Station (more..)
Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
January 19, 2014
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SPAX 60 (more..)
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Robert Pisani (more..)
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SEPTA's wire train spends the weekend in the yard adjacent to Lansdale Station. The various locomotives in the distance belong to local shortline Pennsylvania Northeastern. SPAX 60 wears the unofficial nickname "The Carmel Cannonball" in small lettering on the low nose. This is a reference to SEPTA's Carmel Interlocking where the unit has probably spent an inordinate amount of time in one place, not behaving like a typical "Cannonball".
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