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GE 70-ton switcher RFFSA # 3090 in the 80s - SP-Brazil. Power type Diesel-electric Builder GE Transportation Systems Model 70-ton switcher Build date 1947–1955 Total production 238[1] AAR wheel arr. B-B UIC classification Bo′Bo′ Gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) Locomotive weight 70 short tons Prime mover Cooper-Bessemer FWL-6T Cylinders 6 Power output 500–660 hp (373–492 kW) Locale North America and Brazil The GE 70-ton switcher is a 4-axle diesel locomotive built by General Electric between about 1942 and 1955. It is classified as a B-B type locomotive. The first series of "70 tonners" were a group of seven center cab locomotives built for the New York Central Railroad in November, 1942. These units differ from the later end cab versions. Locos exported to Brazil were known as GE 64T (70 short tons equals 64 tonnes) and nicknamed "scooters". Survivors The Modesto and Empire Traction Company uses nine of these reliable 70-ton locomotives (MET No. 600–609) on their railroad along with two former Southern Pacific EMD SW1500s. The GE locomotives are also used by the Santa Maria Valley Railroad.[2][unreliable source?] The Oregon Pacific Railroad owns the former Southern Pacific 5100 and is painted in the historic Southern Pacific scheme. It is currently out-of-service. Ex-Norfolk Southern Railway (1942–1982) 703, GE builder #30015. ex-Southern Rwy #703, to Naporano Iron & Metal (5/78); to Lake Ontario Steel 5/78; now presently at South Simcoe Railway now powered by a Cummins VTA1710 V12 engine. http://www.steamtrain.com/, Tottenham, Ontario, Canada Preservation Frisco (St. Louis – San Francisco Railway) 70 ton #111 B&Y scheme at Heart of the Heartlands [3]. Only one of the center cab locomotives exists, former Ellwood Engineered Castings 6114B preserved by the Tod Engine Foundation [4] in Youngstown, Ohio. References ^ Pinkepank, Jerry A. (1973). The Second Diesel Spotter's Guide. Milwaukee, WI: Kalmbach Publishing Co.. pp. 153–158. ISBN 0-89024-026-4.  ^ http://litchfieldstation.com/DCC-University/graphics/pix/SMVRR70.JPG ^ http://web.archive.org/web/20091026213721/http://geocities.com/htrainclub/ ^ http://www.todengine.org/6114B v • d • e Diesel locomotives built by GE Industrial and switch engines 60-ton boxcab • 100-ton boxcab • 600-hp centercab • 1000-hp centercab • DEY-2 • EN-6 • 25-ton • 35-ton • 43-ton • 44-ton • 45-ton • 50-ton • 60-ton • 65-ton • 70-ton • 80-ton • 95-ton • 100-ton • 110-ton • 125-ton • 126-ton • 128-ton • 1800-hp transfer • 2000-hp transfer • U5B • U6B Universal Series U9B • U10B • U12B • U13B • UD18 • U18B • U23B • U25B • U28B • U30B • U33B • U36B • U15C • U17C • U18C  • U18C1 • U20C  • U20C1 • U23C • U25C • U26C • U28C • U30C • U33C • U36C • U50 • U50C Passenger locomotives U28CG • U30CG • U34CH • P30CH • B32-8WH • Genesis series (P40DC, P32AC-DM, P42DC) Dash-7 series B23-7 • BQ23-7 • B30-7 • B30-7A • B36-7 • C30-7 • C30-7A • C36-7 Dash-8 series B32-8 • B39-8 • B40-8 • B40-8W • C32-8 • C39-8 • C40-8 • C40-8M • C40-8W • C41-8W • C44-8W Dash-9 series C40-9 • C40-9W • C44-9W • BB40-9W AC series AC4400CW • AC6000CW Evolution series ES40DC • ES44DC • ES44DCi • ES44AC • ES44C4 • ES59ACi PowerHaul series PH37ACmi (Class 70) (see also: List of GE locomotives) v • d • e Diesel-electric Switcher locomotives Alco ALCO 600 • HH600 • HH660 • HH900 • HH1000 • S-1 • S-2 • S-3 • S-4 • S-5 • S-6 • T-6 • SB-8/SSB-9 Baldwin VO-660 • DS-4-4-660 • DS-4-4-750 • S-8 • RS-4-TC • VO-1000 • DS-4-4-1000 • S-12 Fairbanks-Morse H-10-44 • H-12-44 • H-12-44TS • H-12-46 GE 60-ton boxcab • 100-ton boxcab • 600-hp centercab • 1000-hp centercab • DEY-2 • EN-6 • 25-ton • 35-ton • 43-ton • 44-ton • 45-ton • 50-ton • 60-ton • 65-ton • 70-ton • 80-ton • 95-ton • 100-ton • 110-ton • 125-ton • 126-ton • 128-ton • 1800-hp transfer • 2000-hp transfer • U5B • U6B GM/EMD SC, NC, NC1, NC2, T, NW1, NW1A, NW4, SW, NW2 • NW3 • NW5 • TR1 • SW1 • SW7 • SW8 • SW9 • SW600 • SW900 • SW1000 • SW1001 • SW1200 • SW1500 • SW1504 • MP15DC • MP15AC • MP15T • RS1325 • GMD1 Lima-Hamilton LS-750 • LS-800 • LS-1000 • LS-1200 This diesel locomotive-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e