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"Maryland" M&NTCo Observation car.This Ex-B&O Pullman observation car is privately owned by the Companies President.ES44AH
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M&NTCo C40-8 (MN class DRF-640a)Another ex-CR unit.ES44AH
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M&NTCo CW44-9 (MN class DRF-644)Still wearing its ATSF warbonnet scheme, #509 is one of the oldest modern engine on the reserve fleet.ES44AH
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M&NTCo ES40C (MN class DRF-640CE)Originally an NS unit and was built with a wide-cab, but after collision, it was rebuilt with a cab from a retired C40-8.ES44AH
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M&NTCo AC4400CW (MN class DRF-644AC)Built as GECX 4400, a GE demo unit. It was bought by the M&N in 2004.ES44AH
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M&NTCo ES44AC (MN class DRF-644AE)Originally ordered by BNSF, but after order was cancelled the M&N picked it up. It is the hardest working diesel-electric on the M&N.ES44AH
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M&NTCo GM6c (MN class ERF-660)Built as GM 1975, it was a failed attempt to replace diesels during the oil crisis of the '70s. the M&N purchased the "Motor" in 1986 and runs on the Baltimor City line.ES44AH
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M&NTCo Chevy Venture.One of 15, these serve as both inspection vans and crew change vans. ES44AH
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M&NTCo Heavyweight caboose.Built by the CN, these 5 cabooses are used on the heavy coal drags. They are about 10 tons heavier than CNs caboose.ES44AH
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M&NTCo "Fast Lane Service" Roadrailer.Started in March 2013, two roadrailer trains run between Baltimore and Pittsburg, with an extension to Chicago. These are specially built with all aluminum construction.ES44AH
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M&NTCo 86ft Boxcar.there are only 3 owned by the M&N and are used form MoW as storage.ES44AH
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M&NTCo 50ft Boxcar.Built in the M&N's Cumberland shops, these replaced the aging fleet of boxcars from B&O and WMES44AH
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M&NMX SP-1originally built by MLW as a CP T-1 Selkirk, this engine was extensively rebuilt in the Mt.Clare shops. ES44AH
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