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RE: PC: xPC engine
- Subject: RE: PC: xPC engine
- From: "Armstrong, John A" <ArmstronJA@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 11:10:59 -0500
- Content-return: allowed
The ex Mononghela GP38 that ended up on the CC were original MGY and not ex CR. They were traded to GE on the B23-7S order and then sent to the CC. The BN picked up the lease on 35 ex CR GP38's in 1985 but no GP40's.
> From: Bill K.[SMTP:pontiac -AT- dreamscape.com]
> Reply To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Sent: Monday, January 24, 2000 7:10 PM
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: Re: PC: xPC engine
> This is getting off the topic.
> Conrail disposed of tons of PC GP38 and GP38-2's, something like 200-250 of
> them, at the end of their leases. they run all over the place and ended up
> in some of the following places: Chicago Central (via Monongahela),
> Chicago & Illinois Midland (an ICG spinoff of the Alton Route lines if I
> remember right), successor Gateway Western; EMD's lease fleet, Genesee &
> Wyoming, Eurkea Southern, Bangor & Aroostack, etc etc etc. (GP40's ended
> up on D&RGW, MKT, UP, Guilford, a couple rotted at Sayre PA before going
> who knows where...) I think BN bought some CR '38's or '40's too.
> 7730's sounds right for the engines on the C&IM and successors; some of
> them got run into the ground so bad they never made Gateway Western, they
> were rejected before that.
> Bill K.
> > From: Ncr753 -AT- aol.com
> > To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> > Subject: Re: PC: xPC engine
> > Date: Sunday, January 23, 2000 10:39 PM
> > The Reading didn't have GP38s
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