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Thats awesome, we live in Omaha NE right now and that shop is just a couple hours from us.
Sean: I believe that the above photo was taken at:
Mid America Car, Inc.Kansas City, Missouri
In this photo you can see 1501 and part of the Mid America sign:
Where is the shop this was taken in?
My suspicion is since this is still in the pain booth, the number board has been removed, plus Union Pacific modified these heavily so a lot changed.
To elaborate on my suspicions from earlier regarding these being different locos, notice how the cab is not consistent with the typical SP switcher setup (lack of number boards plus horn placement), yet the other photo shows what is obviously the nose of a former SP unit with the headlight arrangement.
Thanks to the photo posted, GMTX 212, this if former UPY 1293, formerly SP 2694 a MP15DC.
If this was posted April 1 I would be laughing. Otherwise waste of time.
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