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GE's E-60's

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By the way: I understand the E-60's had problems when they 1st came out in the late 1970's.(I remember on March 19, 1977, I,17 years old, took an Amtrak train led by a GE E-60. When the train reached 30th St. Sta., Phila., PA, next thing I know, it was pulled by a GG-1, on my way to Washington, DC, where it arrived late in the afternoon.) If problems were fixed, because I saw, some years ago, on my way to Dover, abandoned E-60's by the way, do you think they would've succeeded on NJ Transit?

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The E60's are great for low speed high volume freight.

 

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...which is why they are still used by the Black Mesa & Lake Powell, Navajo Mine Railroad, Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México, Texas Utilities, and Deseret-Western Railway.

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