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    The Random Region Railroad is the Random Region's random railroad. It is run by the government.


    Roster[edit | edit source]

    Even though the locomotives and equipment running the RRR are often times leased from North American railroads, a fair fraction of the rolling stock operated is actually owned by the railroad. Here is a roster of the various pieces of equipment used by the RRR:


    All-Time Motive Power[edit | edit source]

    • 4 ex-CN GMD GP40-2L(W) locomotives (2003-present)
    • 5 EMD SD70ACe locomotives (2006-present)
    • 9 EMD SD80ACe locomotives (2012-present)
    • 8 ex-USATC MRS-1 locomotives (1980's-present, used as mixed traffic engines, mixed EMD and ALCO-built locomotives)
    • 9 ex-MKT (neé CR) EMD GP38-2 locomotives (1998-present, used as mixed traffic engines)
    • 9 ex-SOU EMD GP40 locomotives (1998-present, all high hoods)
    • 3 ex-CN GMD F9 locomotives (1991-present)
    • 2 ex-CN MLW HR616 locomotives (1990's-present)
    • 3 ex-CN GMD SD40-2F locomotives (2012-present)
    • 4 DLM AG 4-6-2 steam locomotives (1994-present)
    • 8 China Railways SY 2-8-2 steam locomotives (1991-present)
    • 3 leased China Railways ND5 locomotives (May 15-June 4, 2006, leased units numbered 0006, 0140, and 0085, returned to China Railways after the railroad bought EMD SD70ACe's)

    Rolling Stock[edit | edit source]

    • RED, BLU, GRN, PRL, BLK, ORG, GRY, and other Mann corp marked pieces of rolling stock
    • 920 flatcars (including center-beam and coil cars)
    • 300 boxcars
    • 450 refrigerator cars
    • 600 covered hopper cars
    • 400 beverage syrup tankers
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