Diesel locomotive

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After enjoying Andy’s thread so much I thought I would try a thread on the 5 best looking or favorite electric locomotives. My 5 picks are as follows: 1. GG1 in Brunswick green and with 5 stripes is the best looking for all-time 2. P5a has similar character of a GG1 3. EP-5 Jet in the McGinnis paint scheme 4. E-44 always amazes me how nice a box can look 5. EP-4 very elegant So what are your top 5 electrics and why?

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i keep finding lists of locomotives planned but never built on trains magazine locomotives like the RB3600 , FG9 and ALCO C636P (pictured below ) i also found these MK5500AC , and MK6000AC and here is proof that these being planned In the early 1990s MK Rail , a long time locomotive remanufacturer, announced its plan to compete directly with Electro Motive Division ( EMD ) and GE Transportation Systems ( GE ) by beginning its own high-horsepower locomotive program, starting with a 5,000…

Heather Jackson
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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum has added a rare Fairbanks-Morse locomotive to its collection thanks to a donation from the Tennessee Valley Authority. The H16-66 “Baby Trainmaster”, built in 1958, is one of the few surviving Fairbanks-Morse locomotives, and one of less than 1,500 produced by Fairbanks-Morse before the company exited the [...]Read More...

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