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UP 68, one of the Union Pacific's second generation "veranda" turbines.

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  • (del) (cur) 16:27, 14 July 2005 . . Hellbus ( Talk | contribs) . . 1050×600 (166,708 bytes) (UP 68, one of the Union Pacific's second generation "veranda" turbines. From the [ Don Ross collection,] used with permission. {{PermissionAndFairUse}})

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  • Union Pacific GTELs