SD80MAC Detail Shots


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: This shot shows good detail on the front truck as well as the area behind the cab on the conductor's side and above the fuel tank.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: In this shot you can seen an overall view of the engineer's side rear end including the truck, pilot, radiator wings, sand box, markers, and dynamic brake grilles.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: Sean has done a great job supporting SD80MAC.com. He just keeps sending in photo after photo. This view shows good detail of the rear pilot, including all hoses, extra couplers, and handrails.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: In this shot you can seen good detail behind the cab. Notice how the hood is wider just behind those steps and under the grille


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: Notice on this side the long hood is also wider at this same spot. As far as I can tell, this is where the alternator is located.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: Here we have a perfect side view of CSXT 0804. I asked Sean to send me the full size photo, so when you click the thumbnail, you'll get a very large photo.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: Front right truck detail. Notice the details at each axle end--the chains, struts, steering mechanisms, and sand hose brackets.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: Thank you Sean for this shot of the fuel filler, sight glass, electronic fuel gauge, bell, and emergency fuel cutoff.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: Sean was fortunate enough to get these inside the cab photos. This is the right rear (behind the engineer).


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: In this view we see the left rear (behind the conductor).


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: This is the conductor's side and desk. He too gets a computer screen and an emergency brake. Notice there are two seats on this side.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: And now we have the engineer's side. Not quite 10 years old yet and these things are looking like crap inside.


Photographer: Sean Hoyden
Description: A better view of the desktop controls in the SD80MAC.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Nose, marker, winshield and numberboard detrail on just renumbered CSXT 4594.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Pilot and font end detail.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Patchwork detail on CSXT 4594's cab side.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Side cab and truck detail.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Rear end sandbox, numberboard and pilot detail.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Right side cab detail of CSXT 4597.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Closer up on the side windows and nose.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: The right front corner of the nose.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Closer up on the nose, windshield, and numberboard details


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Head-on front details of CSXT 4597.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Right front nose corner detail of CSXT 4592.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: CSXT 4592 front end detail.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Head-on detail of CSXT 4592.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Side cab detail.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: Nose corner detail.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: The SD80MAC was one of the first locomotives built with electric parking brakes.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: NS 7215's former Conrail number can be seen under the NS number.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: Middle long hood detail with the Conrail Quality logo.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: The bell placement on the SD80MAC is a bit unusual.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: The front and rear of two blue MAC's.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: This placard has been added in the last few years and has to do with emissions regulations.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: Engineer's side cab and rear of cab.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: Front engineer's side truck detail.


Photographer: Al Moran
Description: CSXT 4597 without its plow.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: The SD80MAC was one of the first models equipped with an electric parking brake. They can be difficult and slow to operate and when they fail, a crewmember must crank them manually with a handle. Later electric parking brakes are much more user-friendly.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: The bell on the 80MAC is mounted above the fuel tank on the engineer's side behind the main reservoir.


Photographer: L.R. Myers
Description: Inside the cab of freshly restenciled NS 7222.


Photographer: D.J. Miller
Description: NS 7217 was previously the Spirit of Benning on CSX. Here's a shot of the conductor's side of the cab before it was repainted black.


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