Electro Motive Division FT diesels - #103 A & B units
Anyway, this particular engine was originally owned by Electro-Motive as a demonstrator. It was sold to Southern Railway and eventually the cab unit was placed in the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis, Missouri. It was repainted in it's original Electro Motive colors for it's journey to Railfair '91 held in Sacramento, California. It is currently on display once more in the St. Louis Museum of Transportation.
The B unit was given to the Virginia Museum of Transportation, and was also present at the 1991 rail fair. It is on loan to the St. Louis Museum for connection with the original A unit for five years. (in return for the loan of 2-8-8-2 steam Norfolk & Western #2156 to Roanoke)
Please note, all the printed tiles are missing from the engine. The numbers "103" should go near thew windscreen, while "ELECTRO MOTIVE" should go on the sides of the cab unit. The initials "GM" should go on the nose of the engine, on top of those tow yellow 1x2 jumpers.
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