4327

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  1. Pacific Harbor Line 66

    Pacific Harbor Line 66

    BNSF 4327 North came through Bend with the Pacific Harbor Line 66 as the last locomotive of the head end consist. While this may look like an SD40-2, it is actually an MP20C-3, built from an ex SP SD40.
  2. OMLX 4327 At Windsor, Colorado

    OMLX 4327 At Windsor, Colorado

    Ex-NWP 4327 (actually I'm not sure if 4327 was the original NWP number) is the trailing unit on a Great Western train switching at Windsor, CO. Canon EOS 5D Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L @ 200mm 1/400s @ f/11
  3. BNSF 4327

    BNSF 4327

    A -9 44CW leading a southbound "worm train" on the Fort Scott Subdivision. This location is just east of Santa Fe Junction.



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