RailPictures.Net Photo: UTAH 403 Utah Railway Company Alco RSD-15 at Martin, Utah by Charles Stookey
 
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» Utah Railway Company (more..)
» Alco RSD-15 (more..)
» Unknown
» Martin, Utah, USA (more..)
» October 05, 1978
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MARTIN UT Oct 5 1978 — Utah Railway RSD-15 403 idles at the engine facility while awaiting its next coal train assignment. The alligator was built by Alco as Santa Fe 847 (b/n 83057) in June 1960 in blue body with yellow ends (bookends) and a blue herald on the nose. As part of the Santa Fe’s general renumbering it became ATSF 9847 on Oct 10 1962. Sometime after its renumbering it was repainted in blue body with yellow warbonnet and blue herald on the nose. Santa Fe retired the unit on Jan 15 1975 and sold it to Precision National Corp, Mount Vernon IL on that date. PNC acted as a dealer for the Utah’s four RSD-15s. The 403 was acquired by Utah Railway on Oct. 28 1975. On Oct 31 1975 it was shipped to Utah from the PNC facility and entered service on the Utah still in its yellow warbonnet. Its last day of service on the Utah was May 13 1982. It was retired on May 14 1982 and was sold for scrap in November 1983 to Industrial Salvage & Metals (Salt Lake City UT) and scrapped in early January 1984. My photo.
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