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  1. Bingen Blue Hour

    Bingen Blue Hour

    East-Bound manifest rolls by the SD&S Lumber complex at about sunset.
  2. The Blue Hour at Kxountze

    The Blue Hour at Kxountze

  3. Got bridges

    Got bridges

    Chicago suburbs hot spot Blue Island ILL. Nine class one railroads ,use these bidges and Metra to cross the Cal Sag channel and there is a diamond in the middle. A variety of power and color lots of trains CN/CP/IAIS/ICE/NS/UP/IHB/CSX /BNSF and some short lines.There are also two towers here one...
  4. Blue and Yellow

    Blue and Yellow

    CSX Q410 blasts Bound brook with a nice lash up.
  5. Blue ridge scenic

    Blue ridge scenic

    Annual santa train standing by downtown Blue ridge georgia
  6. Blue ridge scenic railway

    Blue ridge scenic railway

    Business end of the blue ridge scenic railway on the GNRR Former L&N
  7. Broadway Street Tower

    Broadway Street Tower

    One of three towers in Blue Island, this one controls the crossing gates on Broadway Street, which crosses eight sets of tracks owned by three different railroads.
  8. Amtrak Blue Water 365

    Amtrak Blue Water 365

    Waiting on the Disney train got a few test shots in.
  9. Switching with an NW2

    Switching with an NW2

    BN 472, a former Great Northern NW2, switches passenger cars at an unknown location in Feb. 1974. Photographer unknown, Brian R. Sopke Collection.
  10. Classic Santa Fe through Blue Cut

    Classic Santa Fe through Blue Cut

    Santa Fe B36-7 #7498 with the unique air-intake sound baffles leads a GP40X through Cajon Pass' Blue Cut on the #1 Main of the 1st Subdivision in 1985.
  11. Union Pacific Hauls the Stacks

    Union Pacific Hauls the Stacks

    On a beautiful January afternoon in Cajon Pass, Union Pacific SD40-2 #3506 leads eastbound doublestacks through Blue Cut on the Cajon Sub in 1995.
  12. BNSF Through Blue Cut

    BNSF Through Blue Cut

    Westbound BNSF "H2" Dash 9-44CW #4313 leads its train of doublestacks through the narrow canyon at Blue Cut on Cajon Sub's Main #2, for the time being, on December 15, 2007.
  13. IAIS 714 and 709 over a CSX Intermodel

    IAIS 714 and 709 over a CSX Intermodel

    This was awesome! Totally unexpected. IAIS 714 and 7-9 haul the DYWIC *I think thats the symbol* through Blue Island.
  14. Wow...

    Wow...

    Don't go around the gates, expecially when you have 8 tracks to cross before you get to the other side of the crossing...
  15. BNSF Powerbar Through Blue Cut

    BNSF Powerbar Through Blue Cut

    Eastbound BNSF "Powerbar" ES44DC #7596 leads its train of doublestacks through the narrow canyon at Blue Cut on Cajon Sub's Main #1, for the time being, on December 15, 2007.
  16. Super Fleet through Blue Cut

    Super Fleet through Blue Cut

    Santa Fe #160 leads an A-A-A-A set of red/silver GP60M warbonnet power on this eastbound TOFC train through Blue Cut in Cajon Pass on March 30, 1991.
  17. Heading for Blue Cut

    Heading for Blue Cut

    Santa Fe SD40-2 #5177 west rounds the big curve heading into the narrow canyon of Blue Cut on the First District's South Track in Cajon Pass in 1984.
  18. Climbing The Blues

    Climbing The Blues

    A UP manifest train climbs through freshly fallen snow in Oregon's Blue Mountains between Motanic and Nordeen. The 6 new inches of snow overnight did nothing to deter normal railroad operations.
  19. Super Fruit

    Super Fruit

    One of the few Z trains to assault Oregon's Blue Mountains is the Z-SKWAP (and WASK) better known as the "Super Fruit". This train is designated to haul fruit products from a facility near Wallula, WA to the Midwest and is made up entirely of refrigerator cars. Here the empty refers...
  20. Almost There

    Almost There

    A variety of power has been used over the years in Oregon's Blue Mountains. Heavy grain trains, such as this GS-BRSE, used to be split in two and assigned 2 SD40-2s on either end. Today's operations see full grain trains with 3 4,000 horsepower units on the point and 4 more 3/4 of the way...



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