An EMD E7 Slideshow.
Milwaukee Road EMD E7 units Nos. 16A and 16B lead the "Afternoon Hiawatha" in 1956.
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EMD E7 Diesel-Electric Locomotive
In profile the front of the nose of an E7A was less slanted than on earlier EMD passenger locomotives, and the E7, E8, and E9 units have been nicknamed “bulldog nose” units. Some earlier units were called “shovel nose” units or “slant nose” units.
A Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad E7A, No. 103-A, appears at the start and end of the 1967 film In The Heat Of The Night.
A Southern Pacific E7A, No. 6001, is on the point of a train that figures prominently in The Hitch-Hiker, a popular 1960 episode of the anthology television series, The Twilight Zone, starring Inger Stevens. (According to the narration, Steven's character is said to encounter the train somewhere between Pennsylvania and Tennessee, yet the locomotive's number board shows that the train, No. 99, is the Coast Daylight, which travelled between Los Angeles and San Francisco.)
The only E7 that survives today is owned by the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, in Strasburg, Pennsylvania and is ex-Pennsylvania Railroad E7A No. 5901. This locomotive has been cosmetically restored, and is on indoor display.
Electro-Motive Division (demonstrator)
A units: 1. No. 765
Note: to Union Pacific 988 Train of Tomorrow unit. Was rebuilt into an E9A and is currently at Danbury Railway Museum in Connecticut, and was restored into the New York Central "lightning stripe" paint scheme.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
A units: 20. Nos. 524–543
B units: 10. Nos. 755–764
Bangor and Aroostook Railroad
Boston and Maine Railroad
A units: 21. Nos. 3800–3820
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
A units: 18. Nos. 64,A–80,A
Note: Even numbers only.
Central of Georgia Railway
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
A units: 4. Nos. 95–98
Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad
A units: 3. Nos. 1100–1102
Chicago and North Western Railway
A units: 26. Nos. 5007B, 5008A,B–5019A,B, 5020A
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad
A units: 44. Nos. 9916A,B–9936A,B, 9937A, 9949
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad
A units: 11. Nos. 632–642
B units: 9. Nos. 633B–634B, 637B–642B
Florida East Coast Railway
A units: 17. Nos. 1006–1022
B units: 3. Nos. 1052–1054
Great Northern Railway
A units: 13. Nos. 500A,B–504A,B, 510A–512A
Note: Nos. 500A,B–504A,B renumbered Nos. 500A–509A
Illinois Central Railroad
Louisville and Nashville Railroad
A units: 12. Nos. 458A,B–461A,B, 790–793
Maine Central Railroad
A units: 7. Nos. 705–711
A units: 10. Nos. 16A,B–20A,B
Note: Nos. 16A, 16B shown above.
Missouri Pacific Railroad
A units: 9. Nos. 7004–7006, 7010–7011, 7014–7017
B units: 7. Nos. 7004B, 7010B–7011B, 7014B–7017B
Note: renumbered 13–15, 19–20, 23–26, 13B–15B, 17B–20B.
Missouri Pacific Railroad (International-Great Northern Railroad)
Missouri Pacific Railroad (St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway)
A units: 2. Nos. 7008–7009
Note: renumbered 17–18.
New York Central Railroad
Pere Marquette Railway
A units: 8. Nos. 101–108
A units: 46. Nos. 5900A–5901A, 5840A–5883A
A units: 14. Nos. 5840B–5864B (even only), 5900B
Note: 5901A survives and is preserved.
Seaboard Air Line Railroad
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway
A units: 6. Nos. 2000–2005
Note: Later rebuilt to look like E8's, but retained the same E7 inner workings.
Southern Pacific Company
A units: 5. Nos. 6000A–6004A
B units: 10. Nos. 6000B,C–6004B,C
A unit: 1. No. 6017
Note: Model E7m, rebuilt from an E2A at Los Angeles Shops.
Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway
Texas and Pacific Railway
A units: 10. Nos. 2000–2009
Note: renumbered 1–10.
Union Pacific Railroad
A units: 4. Nos. 1000, 1001,A, 1002
Total A units: 429
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