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  1. EJ&E 675

    EJ&E 675

    EJ&E SD38-2 675 leads N21 east through Crest Hill. Some orange has managed to hang in their as numerous EJ&E engines are reassigned.
  2. EJ&E 664

    EJ&E 664

    EJ&E SD38-2 664 heads light through Crest Hill.
  3. Prairie Roller

    Prairie Roller

    A westbound coal load lead by BNSF 9397 rolls across the eastern Colorado prairie near Crest, CO. Canon EOS 5D Sigma 100-300 f/4 @ 300mm ISO 200 1/500s f/11
  4. EJ&E SD38-2 662

    EJ&E SD38-2 662

    EJ&E SD38-2 662, one of 4 remaining J-Ball engines, leads JSW1 through Crest Hill. SD38 654, also in J-Ball paint, was the DPU. (Very rare on EJ&E freights)
  5. EJ&E 661 at Crest Hill, Illinois

    EJ&E 661 at Crest Hill, Illinois

    EJ&E 661 and EJ&E 669 sit with today's JSW3 at Crest Hill, Illinois.
  6. EJ&E 662 heads through Crest Hill

    EJ&E 662 heads through Crest Hill

    EJ&E SD38-2 662, still with the J-Ball is right where it should be as it is on the point of a empty taconite train heading for Eola.The other J-balls are 650, 654, and 703.





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