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  1. B_Kosanda

    Kidney stones and Catfish on the 2nd District of the CNO&TP.

    That reminds me of the Seinfeld episode where Kramer passes a stone in the restroom at the stadium and everyone could hear him.
  2. B_Kosanda

    Some recent goods

    Some nice shots! Bill
  3. B_Kosanda

    The Last Unpatched SP C44-9W?

    I was surprised to catch this Southern Pacific loco on the UP Chester Sub in Illinois. I thought they were long gone, but I guess there are still a few pulling coal trains. Nice move putting it on the point. Bill
  4. B_Kosanda

    A Couple at Night

    That train was sitting still I assume. What were the camera settings? Bill
  5. B_Kosanda

    A little fall in Spokane

    Did you hear any crews make a comment about seeing a rail fan in a tree? Now that would be good. Bill
  6. B_Kosanda

    Indiana Trip September 5 & 6

    Lake Villa! Wow, I can't tell you how many times I went swimming at Cedar Lake as a kid. Great memories. Bill
  7. Still Running

    Still Running

    Moving along on new rails and ties at Peruque Creek Road in Saint Charles, County Missouri.
  8. Back For More

    Back For More

    A coal train passing in front of its customer. This one is at Machens, MO on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
  9. B_Kosanda

    Sunday On The Hill

    What a life! Trains and football. :)
  10. B_Kosanda

    August & Early Sep. Odds and Ends from the NS Central Div

    The NS 111 passes through St. Louis on its way to Mexico, Missouri and then to KC. Would that be the same train you caught here? This train often has Coors beer tank cars in tow. Bill
  11. B_Kosanda

    Cool Fall weather and a EMD Surprise on the CNO&TP in KY

    Nothing better than to be out trackside in the early morning. Bill
  12. CSXT at Dalbow Road

    CSXT at Dalbow Road

    This eastbound visitor is moving quickly on new rails and ties. Shot at Dalbow Road in St. Charles county Missouri at first light.
  13. CSXT at Machens

    CSXT at Machens

    I've been seeing a lot of CSX trains on the BNSF Hannibal sub lately, here's an eastbounder at Machens, MO.
  14. Coming Out of the Shadows

    Coming Out of the Shadows

    This loaded coal train makes its way west to St. Louis at Dalbow Road in St. Charles County Missouri.
  15. B_Kosanda

    Some Thursday shots

    This is the BNSF southern transcon I'm guessing. Nice shots. How fast are they moving?
  16. B_Kosanda

    Comment by 'B_Kosanda' in media 'CSX 4795'

    Nicely done, well lit and overall a great photo.
  17. Peruque Creek Bridge

    Peruque Creek Bridge

    A CSX visitor passing through one of the many slow orders on the Hannibal sub, which is undergoing a major rail and tie replacement this summer.
  18. Visitor at Apex

    Visitor at Apex

    A very rare CSX visitor on the BNSF Hannibal sub at Apex, MO
  19. Orchard Farm

    Orchard Farm

    A west bounder in the early morning sun at Orchard Farm, MO on the BNSF Hannibal Sub
  20. B_Kosanda

    BNSF Southern Transcon Visit

    I really have not found a need for a scanner. The trains come so often, it seems I have never really waited too long for a train. Really a big change from what I'm used to.


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