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 MACs and StacksAdded: December 14, 2011 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Norfolk Southern (more..)
EMD SD80MAC (more..)
Cassandra Overlook (more..)
Cassandra, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
October 30, 2011
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
NS 7214 (more..)
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Dave Ferrell (more..)
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Remarks: On the Pittsburgh Line, the assumption that the sound of fast-approaching diesels is 'just light helpers' can often come back to bite oneself. At 1:47 PM at Cassandra on October 30th, the sound certainly belonged to light engines, but not of the SD40E variety. 45,000 horsepower's worth of SD80MACs were on the move to Cresson for servicing - 7214, 7206, 7201, 7200, 7202, 7210, 7203, 7205, and 7209. Twenty minutes later, C40-9W 9848 and GMTX SD60 9033 drifted downgrade with a mostly-baretable intermodal consist.
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  User Comments on this Video (1)

Posted by mishu88 on December 15, 2011

You will have some snow in the Christmas time, I see... You lucky ones! Nice video!

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