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Location: San Jose
Occupation: Railfan
Interests: Rail Photography, HO scale model trains, simulators/video games

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Camera Used: Iphone 6
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Geeps!Album Views: 4
Though not used for off-roading, Geeps (EMD GP series) are a strong force of road switchers with thousands produced over several decades.
The Great WestAlbum Views: 173
Photos of the many trains that operate in the great west.
Special Duty LocomotivesAlbum Views: 553
The EMD SD (special duty) series has served America's railroads for several decades of service and over a million miles of freight traffic.
Ultimate FailsAlbum Views: 444
Every rail related manufacturer has experienced failed designs that never succeeded.
GE Genesis Album Views: 300
The GE Genesis series of locomotives are some of the safest and most efficient locomotives in passenger service today.
Tier IV CompliantAlbum Views: 834
Tier IV locomotives are some of the safest, cleanest, and fuel efficient locomotives on the rails today.
Used LocomotivesAlbum Views: 2,889
After years of service, locomotives get worn out.
Wide Cab LocomotivesAlbum Views: 5,796
Replacing older standard cab locomotives, Wide Cab Locomotives provide crews with better comfort and safety.
Cab CarsAlbum Views: 1,153
Cab cars are special built coaches that are heavier than normal and have a cab for reverse operations.
Freight Cowls Album Views: 1,173
Freight Cowls are standard locomotives with a cowl hood. They have poor reward visibility, but are very useful in cold weather conditions.
Rebuild F40sAlbum Views: 2,717
Several railroads have rebuilt the original F40PH. They can be found all over America and Canada, serving on commuter railroads.

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