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Owner: Kansas City Southern
Model:Rebuilt EMD GP10Built As:IC 9009 (GP9)
Serial Number:18806Order No:5307
Frame Number:5307-10Built:4/1954
Notes:ex-ICG 8009, MSRC 1058
Other locos with this serial:  IC 8009(GP9) ILSX 1001(GP10) GMSR 8009(GP10) PSAP 1001(GP10)
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GMSR 8212
Title:  GMSR 8212
Description:  A Gulf and Mississippi train entering Columbus - Exact date unknown
Photo Date:  1/1/1980  Upload Date: 11/3/2008 9:56:30 AM
Location:  Columbus, MS
Author:  John E. Carpenter
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  GMSR 8212(GP10) GMSR 8009(GP10) GMSR 8226(GP10)
Views:  1797   Comments: 0
GMSR 8009
Title:  GMSR 8009
Description: 
Photo Date:  4/1/1984  Upload Date: 4/23/2017 3:02:11 PM
Location:  Columbus, MS
Author:  Matt Petersen
Categories: 
Locomotives:  GMSR 8009(GP10)
Views:  163   Comments: 0
GMSR Geeps
Title:  GMSR Geeps
Description:  Shortly after the Gulf & Mississippi Railroad began operating on 10 July 1985, two of the five geeps which wore this sharp GM&O-like paint scheme were captured on film at Artesia, Mississippi. The GMSR only lasted until 14 April 1988, when it was acquired by MidSouth Rail and renamed SouthRail. These two units subsequently received a less striking paint scheme as MSRC 1058 and 1052. (approximate date)
Photo Date:  8/8/1985  Upload Date: 1/13/2018 5:46:52 PM
Location:  Artesia, MS
Author:  LOUIS R. SAILLARD photo
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  GMSR 8009(GP10) GMSR 8082(GP10)
Views:  446   Comments: 1
G&M southbound near Philadelphia, Miss.
Title:  G&M southbound near Philadelphia, Miss.
Description:  Gulf & Mississippi No. 8009 leading its train n April 1988 (date unknown) on the former Aretesia-to-Mobile main. This engine was built as IC No. 9009 in April 1954 and was later sold to the Puget Sound & Pacific in 1997. Trailing engine is ex-ICG 8266. With apologies to Tom Sink, but I used his photo because the only time I saw this unit, between Bay Springs and Laurel with the late Sam Lindsey, the sprocket in my Vivitart 220/SL stripped my film and all I got was to watch it go by! Thanks, Tom.
Photo Date:  4/1/1988  Upload Date: 1/27/2011 7:12:38 PM
Location:  Philadelphia, MS
Author:  Tom Sink
Categories: 
Locomotives:  GMSR 8009(GP10) ICG 8266(GP10)
Views:  1071   Comments: 3


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