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Photo ID: 468623

A faded Espee patch brings a loaded frac sand train towards Saint Paul. No matter how faded, it is still a lot better than the tattered yellow power we see.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: GE AC4400CW
Location: Hudson, Wisconsin, USA
Locomotive #: UP 6225
Train ID: MADMCS
Photo Date: July 18, 2013


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By: Josh Cleary

Added: Feb 02, 2014

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Photo ID: 462206

MALMCS-13 rushes through downtown Roberts with a trio of ex Espee locomotives including UP 6225, UP 6162 and UP 9594. A nice sight to see on a partially sunny day.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: GE AC4400CW
Location: Roberts, Wisconsin, USA
Locomotive #: UP 6225
Train ID: MALMCS
Photo Date: December 14, 2013


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By: Josh Cleary

Added: Dec 14, 2013

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Photo ID: 159017

this was an interesting find in Framingham, a old SP unit still in its original colors. This photo was taken with permission

Railroad: Union Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: GE AC4400CW
Location: Framingham, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: UP 6225
Train ID: CSX Q274
Photo Date: September 21, 2006


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By: Matt Burke

Added: Sep 21, 2006

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Photo ID: 11088

A UP SD60M leads a westbound stack train along one of the more remote mainlines in the US. Fuji Super HG 100, Minolta X7A, Rokkor 35-70mm f3.5.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD SD60M
Location: Boyd, Nevada, USA
Locomotive #: UP 6225
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April 16, 2000


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By: Brian J. Woodruff

Added: Apr 11, 2003

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