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Railroad pictures from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and beyond

General Electric Locomotives

Featured below are some General Electric Transportation Systems publicity photos and publicity spec sheets. GE is one of two U.S./North American locomotive builders. General Motors--Electro-Motive Division (GM-EMD) is the other. GE builds locos in Erie, Pa; GM in London, Ontario. GE and GM both also sell a portion of their locomotives overseas. There are other international builders of locomotives (but who?). China is the worlds largest producer of steam locomotives.

Click here to see a GE publicity photo of the "green machine"--an AC6000CW. (Photo by GE).

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The GE sign outside the Erie, Pa plant.

A closer look at the sign.

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Here is a builders photo of GE's AMD 103; sold mainly to Amtrak, but also other passenger railroads.

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Here is a builders photo of a Canadian National Dash-8 40CM.

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The Dash-9 44CW in Chicago and North Western colors. C&NW is now part of Union Pacific.

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This is what the typical back of one of these spec sheets (or "slicks") looks like.

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The Super 7N 30C (a suped up Dash-7) for the National Railway of Mexico (now part of KCS).

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Here is the front of the NS slick. A Dash-8 40C.

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The reverse of the NS slick.

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The Dash-8 40BW in Santa Fe paint.

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Here is an old GE photo. I think this came out of an employee news letter, but I do not know for sure. It, along with various other antique GETS propoganda, were given to me by a retired GE employee and family friend.

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Here is something really special. A four page publicity brochure for the 2,500th GE Locomotive. The locomotive was built for the Frisco by GE.

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Page 2.

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Page 3. (Hope you can read it... I may rescan it at a higher resolution).

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Page 4.

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This is the logo that appears at the bottom of the four page brochure and also on other old GETS literature.

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