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The crew leans out of the cab as Steve snaps his photo of 2030 heading west.
Location: Leetsdale, PA
Photo Online: March 17, 2000
CR 2030
Steve Geisler - Leetsdale, PA
CR 2030
Steve Geisler (102K)

2034 rest between assignments.
Location: Ashtabula, OH   9-19-94
Photo Online: January 31, 2006
CR 2034
Dave Trenn - Ashtabula, OH   9-19-94
CR 2034
Dave Trenn (84K)

A clean Super 7 awaits assignment along side SD-60I 5593 at the engine terminal.
Location: Oak Island, NJ   8-8-99
Photo Online: June 18, 2000
CR 2036
Jeff Lubchansky - Oak Island, NJ   8-8-99
CR 2036
Jeff Lubchansky (80K)

Painted in Quality Scheme.
Location: Shire Oaks, PA   8-98
Photo Online: September 16, 1998
CR 2037 B30-7R
Robert Palmer - Shire Oaks, PA   8-98
CR 2037
Robert Palmer (47K)

You can really notice the distinctive slope of the Super 7 long behind the cab.
Location: Port Newark, NJ   5-9-99
Photo Online: June 18, 2000
CR 2038
Jeff Lubchansky - Port Newark, NJ   5-9-99
CR 2038
Jeff Lubchansky (83K)

The Super 7's had a unique fan and grill arrangement, as can be seen in this shot.
Location: Port Newark, NJ   5-9-99
Photo Online: June 18, 2000
CR 2038
Jeff Lubchansky - Port Newark, NJ   5-9-99
CR 2038
Jeff Lubchansky (87K)

MGA B30-7R 2308 leads a train at the Bailey Mine on April 16th, 1991. Bailey Main is owned by CONSOL Energy. According the company's website in 2008, "the Bailey Mine is located in southwestern Pennsylvania and produces coal from the Pittsburgh 8 Seam using two longwall systems and seven continuous mining machines. Coal is transported to the surface by conveyor belts. The coal is processed in the Bailey Central Preparation Plant that can fully wash coal. Among the largest underground coal mines in the United States, Bailey produced 10.2 million tons of coal in 2006."
Location: Bailey Mine (PA)   4-16-91
Photo Online: August 10, 2008

Roger Durfee - Bailey Mine (PA)   4-16-91
(CR 2038] MGA 2308
Roger Durfee (100K)

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