On June 29th 2009, Indiana Railroad GP16 no 1701 basks in the Indiana Sunshine whilst taking a well earned drink of water between duties shunting the GEC branch in Bloomington, Indiana. Originally built in 1950 as a GP11 for the Clinchfield Railroad in Virginia, this old lady was recently overhauled to working order after a couple of years lying derelict at Switz City.
Andy Pearce       


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