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{short description of image} The engineer's place on Ontario Southland Railroad RS-18 no. 183. The engine is running at run 8, the reverse handle below the throttle handle is in center position (OFF / neutral). Guelph Jct., June 2nd, 2000.

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and here's the matching sound recording! (mp3, 173 k)

A look into the control cabinet of MLW RS-18 no. 183 of the Ontario Southland Railway. Guelph Jct., June 2nd, 2000.

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Cab of GCR 6793 Looking over Richard Ferguson's shoulder as GCR 6793 is running flat out reaching 40 mph on the speedometer. The San Francisco Peaks loom in the distance. November 11th, 1996.

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The engineman of CP 1511 commented the RSC-2 as technology of the last (i.e. 19th) century... But most of them were good for more than 50 years with CP, a record that is not reached by many classes. Vendas Novas/Portugal, December 28th, 1997.

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Cab of CP 1511
Cab of CP 1562 Control stand on a MX-620 of the Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses. The CP has left hand traffic. Abrantes, December 27th, 1997.

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Cab of LTV Steel Mining 7213 (ALCo RS-11). There's a quite a difference to the cab design of the MLW counterpart, the RS-18.

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Cab of LTV 7213

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