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Surviving FP7s

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Soo Line FP7 2500, owned by Lake Superior Railroad Museum, and Southern Railway FP7 6133, owned by North Carolina Transportation Museum, during NCTM's Streamliners at Spencer event in June 2014. Robert S. McGonigal
View a list of the surviving FP7 locomotives

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