A Fullerton startup retrofits old locomotives to reduce their emissions

OC Register
Susan Carpenter / Staff Writer

The locomotive that arrived at the Anaheim rail yard earlier this year, a workhorse of North Carolina’s passenger rail service, has seen better days. Its green paint is smeared with soot. Its enormous diesel fuel tank is coated with grime from feeding the 3,000-horsepower engine that has pulled its 260,000-pound body and a train of six passenger cars for 27 years…

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