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Arizona Alcos (For Keith)


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Default Arizona Alcos (For Keith)

Arizona Alcos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSirFeH_cGA

Features the Apache Railway Alco C420's and C424's.

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Those green and white ones look like what I remember... Love those older ones too!

They had snappy governors, like the EMDs of the era. Great for switching and kicking cars, but smokey!

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A couple of maverick EMD's snuck in there.

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Hi Keith! Oh yes, I heard those too... I do love those old four strokes, but I am truly a two stroke guy at heart.

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