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  1. NS B05 heads back to Burns Harbor, IN

    NS B05 heads back to Burns Harbor, IN

    B05 works out of Burns Harbor IN working east into Michigan with stops in Niles, Dowagiac, Decatur and Lawton where they make their turn around and head back to Burns Harbor.
  2. Crossing Deep Creek and Old US Highway 2

    Crossing Deep Creek and Old US Highway 2

    BNSF 5354 leads an eastbound revenue freight over Deep Creek and Old US Highway 2 near Burns,and Deep Creek,Idaho.
  3. IHB EB train 126 At Burns Harbor, Indiana (coming into CP 487)

    IHB EB train 126 At Burns Harbor, Indiana (coming into CP 487)

  4. IHB EB train 126 At Burns Harbor, Indiana (coming into CP 487)

    IHB EB train 126 At Burns Harbor, Indiana (coming into CP 487)

  5. Spectacular Colorado River Canyon

    Spectacular Colorado River Canyon

    The California Zephyr rolls eastward in a scenic canyon along the Colorado River at Burns, Colo., en route to Denver. Elite Chrome 100.
  6. Train Along the Colorado River

    Train Along the Colorado River

    Eastbound California Zephyr along the Colorado River east of Dotsero near Burns, en route to Denver. Elite Chrome 100.
  7. Through the Colo. River Canyon

    Through the Colo. River Canyon

    Amtrak's California Zephyr rolls through a canyon along the Colorado River east of Burns, Colo., from high atop a sand road. Shot Sept. 5, 2003, with 200 speed film, 35MM.
  8. Entering the Canyon

    Entering the Canyon

    The California Zephyr rolls along another of many spectacular canyons along the Colorado River east of Burns, Colo., from high atop a sand road. On the Union Pacific Railroad. Shot Sept. 5, 2003, with 200 speed film, 35MM.
  9. Curving along the Colorado

    Curving along the Colorado

    The California Zephyr rolls along another of many spectacular canyons along the Colorado River east of Burns, Colo., from high atop a sand road. This section is between Bond and Dotsero. On the Union Pacific Railroad. Shot Sept. 5, 2003, with 200 speed film, 35MM.



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