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  1. Another Sunset shot

    Another Sunset shot

    When I started taking pictures, people whined about the lighting, so I started shooting from the other side of the bridge. Now all I get is Sunset shots! It get OLD after awhile! You can't even tell what the paint looks like on these things!! The 115 sports a pair of unCanadian locomotives.
  2. Heatwave distortion

    Heatwave distortion

    Happens to the best of us! Now that the CN 8800s are common as wheat out here, I can't say this train is 'special' or 'unusual'. But, the new power was just too cool. It's strange to see them on the 450.
  3. Another day at Riverview...

    Another day at Riverview...

    This guy snuck right up on my while I was out to check signal 1893...Nothing special, just Dash-9s. Nothing wrong with that, though! Always glad to see a train. CN 2522 and 2619 rolling on into the yard.
  4. Another fine day with the road local

    Another fine day with the road local

    The van on the end of the CN road local passes over the bridge at Riverview.
  5. Another day with the stack manifest

    Another day with the stack manifest

    CN C44-9W 2642, SD60F 5550, SD75i 5726, and SD70M-2 8023 speed the stack manifest eastbound. The trains are moving much faster without the bridge crews around.
  6. Larry's Truck & Electric

    Larry's Truck & Electric

    LTEX ( Former SP ) SD45T-2 6793, KCS GP38-2, GP40-3, another LTEX ( Former SP ) SD45T-2 9388 & NREX ( Former ATSF Santa Fe ) SD45 6418 are sitting at CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Service Center in Tarrant City, Al. awaiting their next assignment
  7. From one track to another

    From one track to another

    Westbound NS freight come off the Cleveland line onto the Fortwayne line in Aliance, Ohio.
  8. Another NS Train

    Another NS Train

  9. Surfliner Resting

    Surfliner Resting

    She and her train are about to depart to Santa Barbara. At Union Station. 5/9/03



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