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» EMD GP39-2 (more..)
» Hoffman Yard 
» Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA (more..)
» July 23, 1999
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» UP 2732 (more..)
» Unknown
» Craig Walker (more..)
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Delaware & Hudson to Boston & Maine to Union Pacific

Spotted in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on a sweltering July 23, 1999, in Union Pacific GP39-2 2732. Built in March 1976 as Delaware & Hudson 7613, this engine was later sold to the Boston & Maine, becoming their number 353. From the B&M it was sold to Union Pacific. Initially, the UP kept the B&M number but gave it UP initials. On August 28, 1996, it was renumbered to 2732. (On August 31, 2000, it would be renumbered again, becoming UP 1232.)
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