The first one.* Unquestionably my favorite.
*at least, the direct predecessor of all American-pattern diesel-electrics
Allen Hazen wrote:Seems like a clear indication that UP management was still thinking of diesels as experimental: don't try for standardization yet, but try out different variants!The EMC/Winton 201 was a developmental engine. The arrival of the 567 was the true beginning of the Diesel as a standard locomotive. After all, it had a fifty plus year run in service as an engine. (And I’m not sure if it still doesn’t live on some Class 1s)