Remarks: The first scene starts at Paris, Ky. as the 6 U28Bs start their journey toward the Ohio River. Scene two shows the uboats chopping away as they pass the drive in theater. Scene three shows the 6 unit set pulling the heavy load out of the tunnel with three helpers on the back.
Superb footage, Kent. I like when the train is coming out of the tunnel, the engineer is leaning out the window looking back at his train. Great stuff! Regards, Jeff.
Posted by Rick on March 24, 2009
No festive paint jobs, just thunder and smoke. A real man's railroad! Nice footage Kent.
Posted by Dale W Omaha NE on April 5, 2010
Excellent video of both the locomotives, and the highway scenes. Latter could be Nebraska in 1990. 6-axle units can tackle nearly any heavy load with ease. A former CNW tough-grade track, 2 blocks away, had abused 4-axle GP7s over-heating traction motors far too often.
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