In 2004, the feed mill and primary customer on the Wiregrass Central is worked by usual power of the time. The ex SP GP sports a gray version paint used on a very few units before the black was made the official colors.         
The train actually split its power, leaving these in the lead and used a fourth GP38 to pull the cars past the loader so these three could couple up to the end and shove the cuts into the loading cover. A neat way to reverse power on a train without a siding was this novel move.
Date: 6/20/2010 Location: Enterprise, AL   Map Show Enterprise on a rail map Views: 371 Collection Of:   Hank Stephens
Locomotives: WGCR 3872(GP9E) WGCR 2886(GP38) WGCR 2883(GP38)    Author:  Hank Stephens
In 2004, the feed mill and primary customer on the Wiregrass Central is worked by usual power of the time.  The ex SP GP sports a gray version paint used on a very few units before the black was made the official colors.
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Olaf Junges General Nice catch & shot! 8/22/2010 6:24:12 AM

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