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GP7 4307 Chicago, IL1363 views4307 is serving as the station switcher during platform and train shed reconstruction at Chicago, April 1996. Photo by Bill Hakkarinen.
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GP7 4307 Marshalltown, IA927 viewsPhoto taken at Marshalltown, Iowa April 2001
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GP7 4311 Kenosha, WI1399 viewsGP-7 4311 was the first GP-7 built. It was the 1518 before being rebuilt with a chop nose. Later the unit was restored back to the 1518. Photo taken in Kenosha, WI by Mike Patrick, 8-3-1982.
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GP7 4312 Wauwatosa, WI1142 viewsGP7 4312 and another GP-7 pull the Waukegan Turn eastbound through Wauwatosa, WI at Potter Road. Bob Bullermann photo, 4-1974.
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GP7 4313 Butler WI514 viewsThe 4313 was the third of the first GP7's built by EMD in 1949. The EMD number was 300. The CNW number was the 1520. The photo was scanned from a slide taken on July 8, 1980 by Mike Sosalla.
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GP7 4314 Racine-Kenosha Counties, WI1396 viewsThe Butler-Waukegan Turn is eastbound on the Old Line at Highway KR, the Racine/Kenosha County Line. The 4314 was built in 1951 as passenger equipped GP7 1521. Bob Baker photo, 6-1981.
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GP7 4316 Waukegan, IL1031 viewsGP7 4316 is leading 3 Missabe SD9’s on an empty westbound ore train at Waukegan, IL. The CNW unit is equipped with the required Automatic Train Stop. Jim H. Yanke photo, 3-1974.
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GP7 4317 Milwaukee, WI674 viewsGP7 4317 and GP9 4509 are cutting away from their train at the north end of the Marsh yard in Milwaukee. Photo taken by Bob Ferge in February 1976. Collection of J. D. Ingles, submitted by J. H. Yanke.
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GP7 4322 Boone, IA1205 viewsThe engine was steam generator equiped before being rebuilt and having the short hood lowered. Photo taken in Boone, Dec 1994.
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GP7 4331 Chicago, IL1231 viewsFresh out of the California Avenue paint shop, newly rebuilt, chopped, and painted GP7 4331 proudly shows its former road number in its rear number boards. The locomotive is shown at 40th Street. Photo by Mike Barton, 11-12-1973
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GP7 4331 Rock Springs, WI1508 viewsGP7’s 4331, 4326 and 4314 are at Rock Springs where the C&NW’s “Pink Lady” ballast quarry is located. Mike Patrick photo, 7-22-1980
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GP7 4336 Burnett, WI1531 viewsGP7 4336 and two other GP7’s with FDADA, Fond du Lac to Adams, at Burnett. Bob Baker photo, 4-1981

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