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In the mid 1960s, UP began changing the horn location from the cab roof, to above the radiator fans.
The new location was meant to alleviate the problem of horns not operating properly due to buildup of ice and snow.
In a series of engineering drawings dated May 1963, the 1-30 series GTE locomotives, the GP7s and GP9s, the GP20s, the GP30s, and the SD24s, and the Alco DL-640s, were all the subject of drawings showing new air horn locations to prevent freezing.
(ST 8086, 8088, 8091, 8099, 8105, 8106, 8108) The first new units with the new horn location were the 22 GP35s, UP 740-761, delivered in May and June 1964.
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SD40-2s numbered higher than the 3420-series were delivered with cab mounted air horns, which can easily be seen by the fact that their air horns are mounted low to the cab roof.
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