Still ATSF country plenty of pink & purple (depending on when last washed) SD75Ms, SD75Is and Dash 9-44CWs lingering on trains and at the shops. Sounds just like CN! Especially with those nose mounted headlights, a rare sight on US Class I's although standard issue on Canadian units.
BNSF 1263-1262-1267, all 3GS21Bs rest at the shops.
As you can see, these goats have some hills to climb Chevron Richmond Refinery in the background. I caught an ex-SOO? SW1200 type engine (#201) switching the refinery right behind me, either Chevrons own or Richmond Pacifics. You can see...
Western Maryland (Scenic) 2-8-0 No.734 gets a drink of water following a photo freight charterin January 1999.
Category: Tourist Railways - Steam Locomotives
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