Posted by Billie Bell on October 17, 2012 
I really enjoyed the comments page on this one. It's nice not to see a whole paragraph full of abbreviations that most of us who have not been closely associated with railroading have no idea what they are writing about. It's always nice to know more about the train other than what we can see in the picture. Thanks Mike.
Posted by Temuulen.B on October 17, 2012 
Posted by Reed Skyllingstad on October 18, 2012 
Can always tell the REAL 6,000 horsepower SD90MAC's by the slanted roofs over the engines.
Posted by C Davis on October 18, 2012 
I learn so much from these comments. There were days that I could not tell a GE from an EMD. True to sight I love the EMDs much better. Thank you for the spot check on the slanted roof of the SD90MAC. Is the body the same on the SD9043? Great picture of the loop. Thank you for sharing.
Posted by Mike Danneman on October 18, 2012 
C Davis: This is the same body as a SD9043MAC, except it does not have the slanted hood over the prime mover. That was a spotting feature of a true 6,000 horsepower SD90MAC. Thanks for the nice comments, guys!
Posted by Chase Gunnoe on October 24, 2012 
Very nice! The clean motive power, code line, and composition. Nothing else like Tehachapi!
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