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Photo ID: 442353

Torpedo boat No. 3005 takes a break from commute service in Roseville. Here on the weekend it will perform freight duties.

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Roseville, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 1972


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By: Steve Schmollinger

Added: Jul 06, 2013

Views: 2,880
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Photo ID: 340085

"Torpedo boat" 3005 idles on the ready track at the center of the yard as an SD7 performs switching duties.

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Roseville, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 1972


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By: Steve Schmollinger

Added: Oct 04, 2010

Views: 5,185
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Photo ID: 230041

SP "Torpedo Boat" GP9 #3005 is passing thru Newhall Yard in San Jose on its way to San Francisco. The first two cars still wear the gray paint and white stripe. #3005 later became #3189 but is now... (more)

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: San Jose, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: Commute #151
Photo Date: May, 1966


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Apr 03, 2008

Views: 5,229
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Photo ID: 224236

SP commute torpedo boat GP9 3005 in evening light at the power pool in San Jose, CA in February of 1975.

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: San Jose, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February, 1975


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By: Steve Sloan

Added: Feb 22, 2008

Views: 2,644
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Photo ID: 180409

SP 3005 has Train #151 in tow, a Northbound (SP West) commute train heading to San Francisco. It is making its stop at Santa Clara. Newhall Yard in the background is now gone, but GP9 #3005 is pre... (more)

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Santa Clara, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: Train 151
Photo Date: May, 1971


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Mar 21, 2007

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Photo ID: 169811

SP's oldest named train, The Del Monte, crossing the so-called Earthquake Bridge due to its proximity to the San Andreas Fault. The bridge also has sensors to detect movement. The 3005 is preserv... (more)

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Aromas, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: The Dell Monte
Photo Date: March, 1971


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Dec 29, 2006

Views: 3,484
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Photo ID: 97158

SP GP9s 3005 and 3007 in Commute train service at San Francisco, CA on August 28, 1975. (In the Bay Area, the trains operating between San Francisco and San Jose were known as "Commutes" and not ... (more)

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: San Francisco, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 28, 1975


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By: Craig Walker

Added: Mar 10, 2005

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Photo ID: 61616

Train 124 is in the charge of "torpedo boat" 3005 as it speeds through Bayshore with a solid consist of bilevel coaches.

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Bayshore, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 3005
Train ID: SP 124
Photo Date: March, 1973


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By: Steve Schmollinger

Added: May 14, 2004

Views: 2,546
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Favorited: 7
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