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  1. K-Line Stacks

    K-Line Stacks

    A westbound UP stack train runs beside the Columbia River west of Arlington.
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    Need Help On a UP Coal Train Symbol

    Today I spotted a westbound empty UP coal train in Arlington, Texas, on the UP Dallas Subdivision. The lead engine was UP 6769, and I later learned that the symbol for this train was CSFSM2-09. Obviously the C stands for coal, SF is the unknown origin I'm looking for, and SM stands for...
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    Drag Racing on the UP Dallas Sub - 08/25/2010

    Snapshots taken from videos that I shot today can be found at: http://picasaweb.google.com/rwhitenight2004/ArlingtonTexas08252010# The below observations were documented on the following video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVW08ZfzGa4 15:08 CDT MP 228.99 UP DALLAS SUB (GSW PKWY, TRACK...
  4. UP #4843 East near Arlington, Ore.

    UP #4843 East near Arlington, Ore.

    UP #4843 leads the Z-PDCS (Expedited Trailers - Portland, Ore. to Canal St. [Chicago, IL]) just west of Arlington, Ore. Power was the UP #4843 and 3 other SD70M's for power.. After leaving CP Biggs Jct., 4843 was running about 70-ish mph. At Arlington, we were finally ahead of this train.
  5. Hot Train at Arlington

    Hot Train at Arlington

    The hottest train on the UP Portland Sub curves through Arlington along the Columbia River.
  6. NS 8923 C40-8W

    NS 8923 C40-8W

    This photo was taken at approximately 4:19 PM CST on 02/06/04, and this NS engine was leading UP's MTXFW-06 through Arlington, Texas. It was a Manifest from Texarkana, Arkansas to Fort Worth, Texas. It sure was sweet to hear that symphony of the K-5LA horn.



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