GE rolls out 6000 h.p. diesel for CSX

Cupper, Dan
December 1996
Trains;Dec96, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p18
Reports that CSX Transportation is operating General Electric AC6000CW units 600-602 diesel locomotives. Features of the AC6000CW unit; Explanation for AC6000CW's higher power output; Cost of the single-engine locomotives CSX acquired from General Electric Co.


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