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  1. WB stacker approaches Applegate

    WB stacker approaches Applegate

    Following a hail storm, a wb double-stack heads for Oakland via a new routing over Donner. SP last ran "domestic" double stacks from 1988 to 1993.
  2. Cumberland & Toltec

    Cumberland & Toltec

    We visited the Cumberland and Toltec Railroad last year and had a great time. Best railroad trip yet. Hope you enjoy a few pictures. Don
  3. Cumberland & Toltec

    Cumberland & Toltec

    We visited the Cumberland and Toltec Railroad last year and had a great time. Best railroad trip yet. Hope you enjoy a few pictures. Don
  4. UP racing east by I-84..

    UP racing east by I-84..

    UP #7870 is leading this hotshot train headed to points east of The Dalles, Ore. This train has 3 locomotives up front in addition to a locomotive on the rear helping this train make track speed past my location at MP69, near Mosier, Ore.
  5. UP #8641 as lone DPU.

    UP #8641 as lone DPU.

    UP #8641 was just cruising by when I thought of trying for a reflection shot.. What do you guys/gals think of this one?? Let me know any comments/suggestions.
  6. A Double Header on Sounder Train #1700

    A Double Header on Sounder Train #1700

    This is my First time seeing a double-header on a Sounder Commuter Train
  7. UP #3940 East at Biggs, Ore.

    UP #3940 East at Biggs, Ore.

    UP #3940 leading a double stack train at the east end of double track on the Portland Subdivision.
  8. UP #4926 West.

    UP #4926 West.

    UP #4926 leads another EMD and a UP GE west on a double stack train a few miles west of Biggs, Ore.
  9. Southbound K-Line Stacks at Steilacoom, Washington.

    Southbound K-Line Stacks at Steilacoom, Washington.

    A southbound UP K-Line double stacks with 2 GE units on the front leading south through Steilacoom, Washington on an early November evening.. I remember reflecting on this shot a few months back, but failed to post it till tonight.
  10. UP 844 and SP 4449 Doubleheader

    UP 844 and SP 4449 Doubleheader

    The two magnificent steam locomotives back down the lead from the UP yard onto BNSF track.
  11. UP 844 and SP 4449 Doubleheader

    UP 844 and SP 4449 Doubleheader

    Union Pacific 844 is attached to Southern Pacific 4449 in the UP yard in Tacoma, WA.
  12. Cajon Pass

    Cajon Pass

    Westbound double stack led by BNSF and UP GEs descends Main 2.
  13. CN 4792 GP38-2W

    CN 4792 GP38-2W

    CN 4792 leads the daily wayfreight along with a GP38-2. No, you are not seing double, CN has actually patched itself on the Geep's back, in a slightly smaller font. What a waste of time and resources! (CN was owned by the government then, hence its our money...)
  14. Double Stack train at Malta

    Double Stack train at Malta

    A stack train passes through Malta, Mt in late May 2006
  15. Westbound BNSF Double Stack Drops Down from Cajon Summit

    Westbound BNSF Double Stack Drops Down from Cajon Summit

    BNSF Double Stack taken just west of Cajon Summit, CA.
  16. Helper Units.......

    Helper Units.......

    A pair of former Conrail SD50 helpers are waiting for the signal to approach and couple to an idle train a mile ahead. The locos arrived at 3 pm and weren't gone by the time we left at 4:30 pm.
  17. Double Blue

    Double Blue

    Two CEFX leasers lead a SB CP train nr the south switch, Wolf Creek siding, north of Lacombe, Alberta.
  18. Double Crossover Diamond

    Double Crossover Diamond

    Double crossover at Goose Hollow on the Portland MAX light rail's blue line. Photo taken November 2003 with Pentax K-1000; Fuji Superia 135mm lens.
  19. CP 9149 double vision

    CP 9149 double vision

    While switching with CP SD9043AC 9149, GP9u 1574 I cracked open the window and clicked this picture. The cars that you see in the mirror are at the westend of the westyard. If you look beside the mirror you can see patches of Lake Superior
  20. Nevada Iowa

    Nevada Iowa

    Double Exposure



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