RailPictures.Net Photo: DMVW 5454 Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western EMD SD50F at Falkirk, North Dakota by Brian Ziegler
 
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Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western (more..)
EMD SD50F (more..)
Falkirk (more..)
Falkirk, North Dakota, USA (more..)
August 23, 2017
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DMVW 5454 (more..)
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Brian Ziegler (more..)
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After spending the night shutdown on the Falkirk house track, this four unit light power set is fired up and runs the short distance to the Coal Creek Station spur. There, the two non cowl units will be cut off and the SD50F's will start to load 50 cars of coal.
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