RailPictures.Net Photo: GM 72 General Motors Locomotive Group (EMDX) EMD SD70ACe at Memphis, Tennessee by M.J. Scanlon
 
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» General Motors Locomotive Group (EMDX) (more..)
» EMD SD70ACe (more..)
» CN Johnston Yard (more..)
» Memphis, Tennessee, USA (more..)
» September 05, 2004
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» GM 72 (more..)
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» M.J. Scanlon Photography (more..)
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Another look at the banged up GM 72. The cab has been sealed off for safety and probably from the curious too. Thanks to Wayne for the heads-up.
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