RailPictures.Net Photo: AWVR 777 Allegheny and West Virginia (AWVR) GE AC4400CW at Rayland, Ohio by R.W.T.
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» Allegheny and West Virginia (AWVR) (more..)
» GE AC4400CW (more..)
» Wheeling & Lake Erie River Subdivision 
» Rayland, Ohio, USA (more..)
» November 22, 2009
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» AWVR 777 (more..)
» N/A (more..)
» Richard Thompson (more..)
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Allegheny & West Virginia 777 and 767 (one of two sets of these) sit idle on the wye at Rayland, Ohio. These units are currently being used in the film "Unstoppable" staring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine, and are repainted Canadian Pacific AC44's. In this photo, the front end damage to the AWVR 777 is visible. (The "other" AWVR 777 also has this same damage).
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