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GP9

St Maries River Railroad GP9 101 and 102 are seen working the St Maries to Plummer train - 09/09/2013

St Maries River Railroad GP9 101 is seen waiting to leave St Maries, Id for Plummer - 09/09/2013

The St Maries River railroad operate a portion of the former Milwaukee Road pacific extension closed in the early 1980s between St Maries and Plummer Junction. Here STMA GP9 103 (former Milwaukee Road) are seen leading the tri-weely local on one of thelast remaining portions of the Milwaukee Road west of Montana - 10/09/2010

MRL 113 is seen leading the Paradise local to St Regis along the Clark Fork river - 31/08/2009

1950s built EMD GP9 MRL #113 is seen leading the Paradice local south out of Paradise along the main line torwards St Regis crossing the Clark Fork River - 31/08/2009

MRL 113 is seen shunting the Paradise local at Thompson River - 31/08/2009

MRL 120 is seen delivering a string of Gondolas to help with a derailment cleanup at Superior seen between St Regis and Superior - 10/09/2013

After the failure of MRL 113 MRL 120 worked the Paradise local on its own running long hood forward south to St Regis seen leaving Paradise, Mt - 10/09/2013

MRL GP9 120 and 127 are seen switching the lumber mill at Thompson Falls - 26/09/2014

MRL GP9 127 and 120 are seen leading a short Paradise Local returning from Thompson Falls at Plains - 26/09/2014

MRL GP9 127 and 120 are seen leading a short Paradise Local returning from Thompson Falls near Plains - 26/09/2014

MRL GP9s 127 and 120 (note 127 in the new MRL livery) are seen leading Paradise Local to St Regis crossing the Clark Fork River - 26/09/2014

Former Iowa Interstate GP9 number 408 seen at Bill, Wyoming - 27/08/2009

St Croix Valley GP9 1363 is seen returning to Rush City light at Pine City, Minnesota - 05/04/2012

St Croix Valley GP9 1363 is seen shunting at Rush City, Minnesota - 05/04/2012

St Croix Valley GP9 1363 is seen shunting at Hinckley, Minnesota before returning to Rush City light - 05/04/2012

ILSX 1645 is seen on hire to the St Croix Valley as a replacement for GP9 1352 under repair leading the daily northbound from Rush City to Hinckley, Minnesota - 05 April 2012

Leadville Colorado & Southern GP9 #1714 is seen at Leadville on the former Colorado and Southern branch to Climax. The two locos which work this now isolated branch are the highest locos in North America with the Climax end being over 11,200ft - 8/9/2008

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