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 Union Pacific 900082 EMD Rotary in ActionAdded: December 19, 2007 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Union Pacific (more..)
GE AC4400CW (more..)
Bridge (more..)
Sharon Springs, Kansas, USA (more..)
January 01, 2007
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
UP 7211 (more..)
UP 7211 east (more..)
Skip Weythman (more..)
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Remarks: Union Pacific EMD Rotary 900082 in action at Sharon Springs, Kansas snowed in after the Dec 29-30 2006 Blizzard after a 32 snowfall and drifts up to 10ft deep! It was about 8ft deep under the bridge shown here, and all the rotary fans were fine! Some 9
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  User Comments on this Video (14)

Posted by K100DS on December 19, 2007

Awesome! Always wondered what those things looked like in action.

Posted by Derek Buel on December 19, 2007

Great rotary-snow fighting action with this UP classic!

Posted by on December 19, 2007

I loved watching this beast perform. Thanks!

Posted by Bicot (Marc Caya) on December 20, 2007

Thanks a ton for sharing such an interesting video and seldom seen piece of equipment! Excellent stuff Skip.

Posted by dude on December 20, 2007


Posted by Kent Nelson on December 20, 2007

Great video action. I sure would like to know some history on that plow.

Posted by MG Scott on December 23, 2007

Fantastic video! Look forward to seeing more. MG Scott

Posted by klesmiley on December 26, 2007

Cool! I saw a similar engine in Norway but never got to see it "perform!"

Posted by Greg on December 28, 2007

The last 1-2 seconds seeing people ducking and covering is PRICELESS.

Posted by John Marsden on May 28, 2008

Best video I've seen so far ! Top action and sound in a great setting .

Posted by railfan4114 on October 28, 2010

Steam engines used the the same type of plow back in the day but they pushed it and sometimes they would get stuck

Posted by garyal110 on March 23, 2011

Thanks for the video, awesome action. You did a wonderful job.

Posted by railway enthusiast on November 23, 2011

Great video! I thought those were replaced with the steel flangers.

Posted by cory on August 13, 2012

Love it. Just goes to show that America used to build things that work and last.

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