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Re: PC: Hump Engines

> SD9's were common in the late days, while a mixture of FM's and Baldwin's 
> were common in the earlier days.

They also used U23Cs, which, like the SD38s, were bought new for the sole
purpose of working on the hump.

The RSD-12/RSD-5 unit at Syracuse was actually an RSD-12 with an RSD-5 that
had been de-engined and converted into a slug. There are photos of it in
PC Power....I believe its number was 9949 (both the slug and the RSD-12 wore
the same number, although not initially).


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