As for the prototype, the units were delivered in two separate orders to the Santa Fe by EMD, 3810-3839 in 1981, and 3840 -3852 in 1985.
The 3500 hp GP50's were the beginning of the computer age for diesels, initiating traction control for a increase in tractive effort among other improvements.
Micro Trains Santa Fe 50' Refrigerator car. I removed the roof walk and mildly weathered the car. It must have a critical shipment in order to be included in a priority TOFC/COFC train.
|Container on Flat Car. One 40' container and two 20 footers.|
|One 40' container and two 20 footers. All the 89' flat cars on this train are from Micro Trains (MT).|
|Four 20' containers|
|Mitsui Orient Lines and American Presidents Line|
|Neptune Orient Lines and Hapag Lloyd|
|Two private corp. trailers|
|Mitsui O. S. K. Lines and American Presidents Line|
|Southern Pacific trailer and "K" Line container on open frame chassis.|
|Couple of Santa Fe trailers with replacement panels.|
|Two custom painted and decaled trailers (MT).|
|Mitsui O. S. K. Lines and Sea Land 40' containers.|
|Hy Cube (ITEL) container and APL 40' container.|
|Missouri Pacific 45' trailer and Preferred Pool 40'.|
|Two American Presidents Line containers and kitbashed caboose.|
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