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A 2012 video, which has resurfaced this week on social media, shows a locomotive falling an estimated 20 feet to the wharf below it, upon delivery in Gabon, Africa.
The 21.2m, 139-tonne GT46AC diesel electric locomotive was one of five being delivered to Port Owendo, Gabon for manganese producer Comilog.
Watch the dramatic footage below.
This locomotive is a GT46AC, built in the United States. We apologise for the confusion.
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