CSX GP30 is in notch 8, and is clawing its way at Keystone, PA. 1-28-1990
Added: January 10, 2011
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Remarks: With train 396, CSX GP30 4224 leading Chessie 6012 & 6105, clawing its way up the steepest part of Sand Patch grades west side in number 8 notch. We are at Keystone, Pa. On the rear is Chessie 8623 pushing hard to keep things rolling. January 28, 1990. Thanks for watching. Jackmp294...
I also miss the "Chessie Cats" roaring by my place, as they ascent Laurel Mountain. You could always tell if they were fully loaded or hauling empties, by the sound of their engines. The newer CSX's just don't have that same sound as the old GP's.