EMD F-7

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schwinncoll
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EMD F-7

Post by schwinncoll » Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:18 am

Besides Koster and E&S Lines in Ellington, FL who built F-7 units?

jcbrock
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Re: EMD F-7

Post by jcbrock » Tue Nov 28, 2017 10:20 am

Pike River Northern at https://pikerivernorthern.com/
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BigDumbDinosaur
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Re: EMD F-7

Post by BigDumbDinosaur » Tue Nov 28, 2017 12:53 pm

jcbrock wrote:Pike River Northern at https://pikerivernorthern.com/
Pike River Northern is in current production on them.

In the past, Back Yard Rails also built F7s, using fiberglass bodies.
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Re: EMD F-7

Post by jmurray » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:32 am

tunetrains in Oregon

Steve Tune owner

https://www.tunetrains.com/
C&O EMD F7A 24vdc Locomotive(Tune Trains)
Chessie diesel switcher(5hp Free lance design) 0-4-0
Pine Grove Vineyards Davenport (Ride-Trains)Switcher 0-4-0
Wolf Run and Tambine Clishay 0-4-4-0(Bob Maynard design)

http://www.neols.net (NorthEastern Ohio Live Steamers)
hondavt@windstream.net

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