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Owner: Carolina Coastal Railway Incorporated
Model:Rebuilt EMD GP9RMBuilt As:CN 4482 (GP9)
Serial Number:A839Order No:C195
Frame Number:Built:5/1956
Other locos with this serial:  CN 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4012(GP9RM) CN 4482(GP9)
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CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Title:  CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Description:  Carolina Coastals 4 newest additions to its motive power fleet sit in the Wilson Yard on a Sunday afternoon. They are all GP9Rs with either CN or GTW heritage and currently are being readied for service. The 4012, 7003, & 7048 will be shipped to the Nash Sub to be the new power as the GP40 and both GP38’s have been sold. The 38’s will leave as soon as the new power arrives on the property and is in service. (Photo taken w/ permission)
Photo Date:  11/9/2014  Upload Date: 11/11/2014 10:52:08 AM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  216   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Title:  CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Description:  Carolina Coastals 4 newest additions to its motive power fleet sit in the Wilson Yard on a Sunday afternoon. They are all GP9Rs with either CN or GTW heritage and currently are being readied for service. The 4012, 7003, & 7048 will be shipped to the Nash Sub to be the new power as the GP40 and both GP38’s have been sold. The 38’s will leave as soon as the new power arrives on the property and is in service. (Photo taken w/ permission)
Photo Date:  11/9/2014  Upload Date: 11/11/2014 10:54:43 AM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  253   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Title:  CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Description:  Carolina Coastals 4 newest additions to its motive power fleet sit in the Wilson Yard on a Sunday afternoon. They are all GP9Rs with either CN or GTW heritage and currently are being readied for service. The 4012, 7003, & 7048 will be shipped to the Nash Sub to be the new power as the GP40 and both GP38’s have been sold. The 38’s will leave as soon as the new power arrives on the property and is in service. (Photo taken w/ permission)
Photo Date:  11/9/2014  Upload Date: 11/11/2014 10:57:11 AM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  291   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Title:  CLNA 4012 (ex-CN 4012)
Description:  Carolina Coastals 4 newest additions to its motive power fleet sit in the Wilson Yard on a Sunday afternoon. They are all GP9Rs with either CN or GTW heritage and currently are being readied for service. The 4012, 7003, & 7048 will be shipped to the Nash Sub to be the new power as the GP40 and both GP38’s have been sold. The 38’s will leave as soon as the new power arrives on the property and is in service. (Photo taken w/ permission)
Photo Date:  11/9/2014  Upload Date: 11/11/2014 10:44:03 AM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  269   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012 in fresh paint
Title:  CLNA 4012 in fresh paint
Description:  CLNA 4012 sits in the loco shed after just receiving her new coat of paint. All that she needs now is clearcoat and numberboards and she will be ready for service. This scheme is slightly different form the original 4624 in that the handrails are red, sidesill is black, and the decal is slightly bigger on the long hood. 4012 is the first of the original ex-CN units to receive the new CLNA paint scheme. Photo taken w/ permission.
Photo Date:  8/8/2015  Upload Date: 8/23/2015 1:26:13 PM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CLNA 4012(GP9RM) CN 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  268   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012 in fresh paint
Title:  CLNA 4012 in fresh paint
Description:  CLNA 4012 sits in the loco shed after just receiving her new coat of paint. All that she needs now is clearcoat and numberboards and she will be ready for service. This scheme is slightly different form the original 4624 in that the handrails are red, sidesill is black, and the decal is slightly bigger on the long hood. 4012 is the first of the original ex-CN units to receive the new CLNA paint scheme. Photo taken w/ permission.
Photo Date:  8/8/2015  Upload Date: 8/23/2015 1:26:32 PM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CLNA 4012(GP9RM) CN 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  302   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012 in fresh paint
Title:  CLNA 4012 in fresh paint
Description:  CLNA 4012 sits in the loco shed after just receiving her new coat of paint. All that she needs now is clearcoat and numberboards and she will be ready for service. This scheme is slightly different form the original 4624 in that the handrails are red, sidesill is black, and the decal is slightly bigger on the long hood. 4012 is the first of the original ex-CN units to receive the new CLNA paint scheme. Photo taken w/ permission.
Photo Date:  8/8/2015  Upload Date: 8/23/2015 1:26:53 PM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Donald E. Rackley Jr
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 4012(GP9RM) PRLX 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  335   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012, 4612, and 4609
Title:  CLNA 4012, 4612, and 4609
Description: 
Photo Date:  2/2/2017  Upload Date: 2/4/2017 4:52:46 PM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Harold Hodnett
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CLNA 4012(GP9RM) CLNA 4624(GP9R) CLNA 4609(GP9R)
Views:  572   Comments: 0
CLNA 4012
Title:  CLNA 4012
Description: 
Photo Date:  2/2/2017  Upload Date: 2/4/2017 4:52:49 PM
Location:  Wilson, NC
Author:  Harold Hodnett
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CLNA 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  784   Comments: 0
Carolina Coastal Railway
Title:  Carolina Coastal Railway
Description:  Grimesland, North Carolina, May 23, 2019, 11:12am: Traveling in an area I didn’t know, and came up on this westbound train heading into Grimesland. I just tried to watch the GPS and see where it would take me to get ahead of the train without wrecking or getting stopped and ended up at this crossing on Brick Kiln Road just seconds before the gates went down and CLNA 4012 came through leading a loaded short hopper train (phosphate?).
Photo Date:  5/23/2019  Upload Date: 6/4/2019 9:48:00 PM
Location:  Grimesland, NC
Author:  Jimmie Fisher
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  CLNA 4012(GP9RM)
Views:  40   Comments: 0


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