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  1. Yard Limit

    The BNSF Gallup Subdivision

    https://youtu.be/CpKWRJggvZo Gallup, New Mexico, is the largest city along the BNSF Gallup Subdivision between Flagstaff, Arizona, and Albuquerque. Approximately 21,000 people call Gallup home, and it is predominantly made up Native Americans from the Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni tribes. The city...
  2. ohle

    Gallup N.M. railfanning questions....

    I am planning to visit the Guam, N.M., area, east of Gallup, N.M., soon and want take some photos of Amtrak's EB with the red rocks in the background. Am inquiring how to travel to the spot to take that kind of pic. In my earlier trips, I only made it to the rail bridge/ underpass the gravel...
  3. Hurry Up and Wait

    Hurry Up and Wait

    The BNSF is hustling this train of double stacked containers back to LA and a waiting liner even though the Pacific Trade has collapsed. How long will they wait in one of China's box mountains for the next load to Home Depot?
  4. General Electric Units on the Gallup Sub.

    General Electric Units on the Gallup Sub.

  5. Eastward Southwest Chief

    Eastward Southwest Chief

    Eastbound Southwest Chief along a rock cliff near the Arizona-N.M. line, west of Gallup, N.M., near the Defiance-Lupton area. Shot with 100 speed Provia slide film with 70-200mm lens, tripod, along I-40.
  6. Along New Mexico's Rock Cliffs

    Along New Mexico's Rock Cliffs

    Eastbound Southwest Chief along a rock cliff near the Arizona-N.M. line. Shot with 100 speed Provia slide film with 70-200mm lens.
  7. No holiday for this crew

    No holiday for this crew

    Early in the morning of July 4, 2003 one of a fleet of BNSF "shooters" roars east near Gallup, NM.
  8. Southwest Chief at Gallup

    Southwest Chief at Gallup

    A few minutes before sunset on July 3, 2003 the Los Angeles bound "Southwest Chief" races by near Gallup, NM Canon EOS1N Fuji Astia



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