GATX (GMTX) & LTEX Locomotives on lease to PAR

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Re: GATX (GMTX) & LTEX Locomotives on lease to PAR

Postby atholrail » Thu Jun 22, 2017 4:00 pm

3001-3003-3005-3109 should be at RJ off EDRJ enroute off the property...
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Re: GATX (GMTX) & LTEX Locomotives on lease to PAR

Postby GP40MC1118 » Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:24 pm

Picked up by CSX B768-22 at Rotterdam Jct.

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Re: GATX (GMTX) & LTEX Locomotives on lease to PAR

Postby gokeefe » Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:27 pm

How many more leased units will be left?
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Re: GATX (GMTX) & LTEX Locomotives on lease to PAR

Postby KSmitty » Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:35 pm

Two GMTX slug sets
A GP40/GP40 body slug assigned to Waterville for the SAPPI job.
An MP15 (or SW1500) and switcher body slug assigned to Deerfield for the hump jobs.
GMTX 406 a GP15 assigned to Waterville (or more accurately SAPPI) and is used at the mill for the switcher up there.

There are other leasers still on the property, I think at this point they are mostly LTEX units. But besides the 5 above mentioned units, nothing on the property is under a current lease, its simply in a deadline waiting to depart for another leasee or storage line.
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