I found this photograph at my Link page Fallen Flags.Org, which is located to the right of your computer screen at www.rr-fallenflags.org.
I was 14 years old during the year of 1976 when America was heavily celebrating the 200th anniversary of the official signing of the Declaration of Independence (From England) on July 4th, 1776 in the city of Philadelphia Pennsylvania, during the American Revolutionary War.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of what many consider the United States becoming an independent democracy nation, many transportation companies across the nation from railroads, trucking companies, and public transportation entities, painted equipment in many unique one of a kind commemorative paint jobs celebrating America's freedom from the beginning of it all.
Switching a steel mill somewhere in Cleveland Ohio, is Cuyahoga Valley Railroad EMD SW 1200 yard switcher diesel electric locomotive # 200, wearing one of those many unique one of a kind commemorative patriotic American paint jobs from the mid 1970's era.
I grew up in Chicago during the 1970's, and I fondly remember the American Bicentenial period from 1976 times, and the preparations leading up to it as early as 1974 in some places.