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One of the things about the non priority trains was that they got some of the second tier power, i.e. not a GE wide cab, though there were so many of those just about every train had them, including locals. A case in point is this 12T passing under the Campville-Apalachin bridge with a GP 50 leading. These ex Southern units were one time stars, handling hot trains in the Piedmont.
Date: 3/12/2003 Location: Campville, NY   Map Show Campville on a rail map Views: 85 Collection Of:   Tom Beckett
Locomotives: NS 7051(GP50) NS 5069(GP38-2) NS 8733(C40-8)    Author:  Tom Beckett
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Picture Categories: Action This picture is part of album:  Norfolk Southern in the Southern Tier
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Mike Maskel General NICE SHOT 2/10/2017 10:31:34 AM

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