CSX Fallen Flag livery pack for GP38
Included are reskins for the Sand Patch Grade GP38-2 reflecting all seven pre-merger liveries which were still worn by GP38s post-1986 with CSX reporting marks. Several survived into the early 2000s before being repainted or retired:
-Baltimore and Ohio (B&O)
-Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O)
-Louisville and Nashville (L&N)
-Seaboard Coast Line
The cab numbers are those of actual engines which wore the livery in question.
As a special bonus locomotive, I have included Western Maryland No. 6573. This was the only Wild Mary engine left which had not been repainted in Chessie colors, and carried a plaque proudly declaring her to be "The Last WESTERN MARYLAND Locomotive." 6573 was actually a GP40, but the two models were externally very, very similar, so it isn't too much of a leap.
(No GP38s of the Clinchfield, Georgia, Western Alabama or Atlanta & West Point survived into the CSX era in their old paint jobs, but they can in a way be taken to be represented by the Seaboard Coast livery since all wore similar schemes, black with yellow trim, descended from the old Atlantic Coast Line freight livery. The Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac never had any GP38s at all)
TSW2; Sand Patch Grade
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