TheJollyRailfan wrote:They just bought the 3 b40s from BNSF and 2 are still in the shop. They have the ac4400 nose so its most likely one of em you saw.so, we've got B40-7Ws? SWEET this is th first wide-nosed locomotive on the P&W since the M420s, and the first i'll have the chance to see
daylight4449 wrote:looks like 561 was used in DPU servicelooks like the BNSF paint job was more recent. all the pictures of her i found were her in warbonnet with BNSF lettering and logos
daylight4449 wrote:BIG NEWS!Actually it's old news. http://www.railroad.net/forums/viewtopi ... 4&start=15
daylight4449 wrote:so, we've got B40-7Ws?No such beast. The correct designation is Dash 8-40BW -- sometimes abbreviated as B40-8W.
Reader#108 wrote:I saw the GP at the shop this afternoon.....it is blue #1855 and it was running with 2215 doing some switching...I think it said Seaside or Seashore on the side of it...ya, saw that one on my way to youth group last night. looks like a GP20, or rebuilt earlier geep. definitely said seashore on it, painted in ACL scheme, but the blue replaced the purple. classy, really classy. looked like she was leading a local out of worcester north towards grafton.