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Re: PC: Hump Engines -Reply

Seth Lakin wrote:
SD9's were common in the late days, while a mixture of FM's and
Baldwin's were common in the earlier days.

Seth Lakin
Chesterton IN

PC also purchased U23C's 6700-6718 (with the previously mentioned
SD38's) to do flat and hump switching.  These two classes of
locomotives knocked out virtually all minority makes in hump service and
as Yanosey states (paraphrasing here) "gave PC some reliable yard and
transfer power." 

Bob Holzweiss
"Robert.Holzweiss -AT- bush.nara.gov"

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