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  1. CP 143 23-6-15

    CP 143 23-6-15

  2. TRE 570

    TRE 570

    TRE 570 stopping at Richland Hills station http://www.locophotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=138817
  3. The Battle for Tower 55

    The Battle for Tower 55

    Winter weather at Tower 55 froze switches requiring several crews to work non-stop to keep the trains rolling. Every switch had to be thawed to be lined ahead of every train approaching, a slow process. Although it took a long time to get a train through, they did manage to keep Tower 55 open.
  4. Old Fort NC

    Old Fort NC

    Telephoto view of Westbound NS Headed into Old Fort NC
  5. Old Fort NC

    Old Fort NC

    West bound NS Headed in and through Old Fort North Carolina
  6. Old Fort North Carolina

    Old Fort North Carolina

    Eastbound NS Passing old station house museum at Old Fort North Carolina
  7. R.I.P. Fort Garry spur

    R.I.P. Fort Garry spur

    This spur ran off CN Rivers sub into the Fort Garry Industrial Park #1. At its peak it had at least four spurs and siding, serving a variety of warehouses in the area. When I started railfanning in 2003, it was down to one spur and a siding, both lacking traffic. Not surprisingly by Spring 2005...
  8. A shot from Palm Ave. Seminole Gulf RR, FT. Myers, FL

    A shot from Palm Ave. Seminole Gulf RR, FT. Myers, FL

    My son moved his Electrical Contractor business in Fort Myers, now he is on Palm Ave. right across from the Seminole Gulf Railroad yard. Can't wait till later today when he gets his security cameras up I'm hoping for 24 hour feed of the yard.
  9. UP 9551 Fort Worth

    UP 9551 Fort Worth

    UP 9551 C41-8W passing the skyline of Fort Worth approaching Tower 55. From there, it took the wye westbound for UP Davidson's Yard.
  10. TRE 570 at T&P Station

    TRE 570 at T&P Station

    Trinity Railway Express (TRE) 570 F59PHI sits at the Texas & Pacific station in Fort Worth waiting to start its easterly run to Dallas. 16 Apr 2008.
  11. BNSF 1232 Moves Downtown

    BNSF 1232 Moves Downtown

    BNSF 1232 3GS21B working in downtown Fort Worth. Last September I took a shot of her working up in the BNSF Saginaw yard. http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/showphoto.php/photo/49949
  12. Mixed Freight

    Mixed Freight

    UP 7607 C45ACCTE leads a mixed freight southbound through Fort Worth, TX. The AMTRAK station is just out of the frame to the left.
  13. Leased Power

    Leased Power

    LLPX 2201 GP38-2 (ex SOU 2763) working in the UP Davidson Yard. 14 Mar 2008
  14. UP Davidson Yard

    UP Davidson Yard

    East entry to the UP Davidson Yard in Fort Worth, TX. 14 Mar 2008
  15. UP 6647 Northbound at Tower 55

    UP 6647 Northbound at Tower 55

    UP 6647 C44ACCTE approaches Tower 55 heading north with a load of hopper cars.
  16. Muddy Reflection

    Muddy Reflection

    BNSF (BN) 8109 SD60M casts its reflection is what is left of the snow (yes it technically snowed in Fort Worth even if it did not amount to much) and rain of the last few days. Here is another of the remaining unpatched BN units. Her sister engine in trail BNSF 8152 does sport a very small...
  17. No, I'm taking a picture of you!

    No, I'm taking a picture of you!

    Railran on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad Tarantula taking a shot of me taking a shot of the train. :)
  18. Leased Power on the UP

    Leased Power on the UP

    While technically a UP train, this leased power KCS 4033 SD70ACe is in the lead heading north out of Fort Worth on 29 Feb 2008.
  19. GVR 2199 Waiting at Fort Worth Stockyards

    GVR 2199 Waiting at Fort Worth Stockyards

    Grapevine Vintage Railroad (GVR) 2199 GP7 waits alongside the Fort Worth Stockyard station prior to its daily excursion leading the Tarantula train.
  20. GVR 2199 Departing Fort Worth Stockyards

    GVR 2199 Departing Fort Worth Stockyards

    Grapevine Vintage Railroad (GVR) 2199 GP7 departs the Fort Worth Stockyard station (in background on the left) on its daily excursion leading the Tarantula train.



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