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Lhoist North America: Tennessee's Mining Railroad


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Default Lhoist North America: Tennessee's Mining Railroad

This railroad is quite interesting because of the last of the GE B23-7 high hood units they own. Two of the GE units are operating as of the time of the video. One low nose and one high nose unit. The other high nose unit is a parts source. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1snePQzxRfs

Wood bridges though, They make me nervous as heck.

Robert

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