Looking for Century cab interior pictures

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Looking for Century cab interior pictures

Post by Bucyrus6150 »

Is there any good pictures of the cabs of ALCos online anywhere? I'm looking for the Centuries mainly but any ALCo diesels will do.

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This link will take you to all of the "in cab" photos on railpictures.net:

http://www.railpictures.net/showphotos.php?category=3

There are over 1,100 such shots on that site for you to sift through, mostly EMD and GE I'm sure, but there's bound to be some Alco shots in there too.
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I like that one... looks so much nicer with a GE control stand. :P :wink:
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I like that one... looks so much nicer with a GE control stand. Razz Wink
Apparently Conrail took out the original dual-control configuration and placed in that ugly peice of crap.

Anyone know why MLW continued to place RS-18 control stands in their C-424s? And what are all of those gauges?

http://alco.0catch.com/M6064-12/M6064-12g.jpg

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