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  1. UNION PACIFIC 125 - EMD GP7 The EMD GP7 is a four-axle diesel switcher built by General Motors (Electro Motive Division). This was the first model in EMD's GP (General Purpose) series of locomotives. Concurrently, EMD offered a six-axle switcher called SD (Special Duty). For this model I was inspired by SWOOFTY (that seems to have an infinite collection of diesel locomotives) and by JAYMZ_HD a brilliant Italian guy that build trains! This is my third locomotive with the Union Pacific livery. It couldn't miss in my collection; I'’ve chosen this model for its powerful shape. I really like the detail of the dynamic brakes and the cab integrated into the main body of the locomotive. My model as usual has lights, but this time I’ve used the drill on many, many pieces (amen! ) Enjoy the show... We'll see with my new creation from Switzerland …don’t forget the appointment!