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  1. A Railcar

    A Railcar

    A Railcar sits on the short tracks in union nj.
  2. Nutana Tramp- now with a Geep!

    Nutana Tramp- now with a Geep!

    The yard management has been swapping around the Belt-pack GP9s, which was probably a contributing factor to this unusual consist.
  3. CN from the IHB onto the CN at Blue Island

    CN from the IHB onto the CN at Blue Island

    CN 5535 leads a manifest from the IHB onto the CN tracks via the track connector.
  4. CSX 8115 South

    CSX 8115 South

    CSX 8115 leads a coal train south onto the BNSF Chicago Sub.
  5. BNSF 9996 north

    BNSF 9996 north

    BNSF 9996 leads a BNSF coal train north on the CSX line.
  6. A Favorite

    A Favorite

    I always love seeing the SD75I locomotives. Favorite units on the system! The 114 lifted about 32 grain cars from the yards before departure, with the Sarcee junk block on the end.
  7. Two's a crowd

    Two's a crowd

    The CN 450 beats me to the punch, and he has nothing to special on. However 2 Dash-9s are a nice change, as the 450 never has matching power.
  8. A Matching Pair

    A Matching Pair

    CN 5404 and 5409 lead the CN 302 today. Plenty of Autoracks! They took the hole for the CN 199.
  9. A Hazy shade of Kangaroo?

    A Hazy shade of Kangaroo?

    CN may not have Buffalo boxcars anymore, but there spirit lives on to a certain extent with Kangaroo hoppers! Note the small iconic 'Canadian Kangroo' decal. I would imagine these haul potash and such for export to Australlia.
  10. As Franks and Beans on a Saturday Night!

    As Franks and Beans on a Saturday Night!

    In a scene that's reminiscing of railroading in New England as franks, beans and brown bread on a Saturday night! PR-2's running around their caboose at the Ferris Avenue run around on the East Junction trackage for their return to Valley Falls Ferris Avenue, the old location of the...
  11. NS'S Alabama Division Columbus District

    NS'S Alabama Division Columbus District

    The Conductor gives a friendly wave as NS Westbound Rock Train 67G rumbles through Kellyton, Al.
  12. CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Sub

    CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Sub

    CSXT Southbound Ballast Train awaiting a fresh crew at the south end of the south yard at Boyles Terminal in Tarrant City, Al. This is the 2nd WSOR ballast train that has come to Birmingham, Al. to dump ballast on the new double track CSXT is building between Graces & Parkwood, Al.
  13. the last surviving Chessie System unit in the Chessie System paint scheme

    the last surviving Chessie System unit in the Chessie System paint scheme

    Chessie System GP40 6605 one of the last surviving Chessie System units on the CSX Memphis Leewood subdivision.
  14. Over a Cold Weekend

    Over a Cold Weekend

    Temperatures in the lower teens, extra power from Friday, idling over the weekend on the bridge that spans the icy Blackstone River by the Valley Falls Operation Center .
  15. Eastern Alabama Railway

    Eastern Alabama Railway

    New England Central GP40'S 4048 & 4049 along with a red & grey painted GP40 are sitting at Sylacauga, Al. awaiting their next assignment on the Eastern Alabama Railway, which runs from Sylacauga to Talledega, Al. & interchanges with NS at Sylacauga & CSXT at Talledega.
  16. This is my first BNSF SD70ACe, and it's a low nose!

    This is my first BNSF SD70ACe, and it's a low nose!

    BNSF SD70ACe 9345, with its low nose headlight, heads west through Aurora with M-BRCGAL.
  17. Metra 192 overtakes a stopped Santa Fe 943.

    Metra 192 overtakes a stopped Santa Fe 943.

    Metra 192 overtakes a stopped Santa Fe 943.
  18. Metra 193 overtakes a stopped Santa Fe 943 at Eola Yard

    Metra 193 overtakes a stopped Santa Fe 943 at Eola Yard

    Metra 193 overtakes a stopped Santa Fe 943 at Eola Yard.
  19. A Saskatchewan Train

    A Saskatchewan Train

    This train had nothing but Potash, Wheat, a few tankers, and 1 coil car. Saskatchewan produced freight at it's best! And, a GEVO to boot! CN 2227 and 5347 head accross the bridge.
  20. SD40-2 and a riff-raff

    SD40-2 and a riff-raff

    SD40-2s in Saskatchewan? Thats right. The second unit just happens to be one of thoes old GEC patch jobs to boot! I didn't catch the numbers, but I beleive the second unit is CN 6941.



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