GP38-3 Leads Q326-07

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GP38-3 Leads Q326-07

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Last Sunday we caught Q326-07 at New Richmond. Train was lead by a rebuilt GP38-2. It's been a long time since I've seen a standard cab EMD on a train other than D700.
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That loco has a K5HL horn, not normal to the GP38-2s. I also think a week later another GP38-2 lead Q326-22
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That's a GP38-2, Steve.
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SD80MAC wrote:That's a GP38-2, Steve.
I fixed the video but never fixed the post. It's fixed now.
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