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  1. Driving Force

    Driving Force

    CSX ES440DC 5303 and SD40-2 8449 heads southbound with CN train E29471 through Senatobia, Miss. on 12/17/2008
  2. Evolution Swoosh

    Evolution Swoosh

    A close up of the "H3" swoosh logo on a BNSF ES44DC.
  3. Twin Sisters

    Twin Sisters

    A matched pair of americanized GEVOs head up the 301 today with 34 railcars cut on the head. Present here are both 2303 and 2304.
  4. Smoking Away

    Smoking Away

    CN 2229 is on the lead again, and is now charging east with 2542. They had just met another train and were notching out of a crawl. The 2229 has been pouring alot more fumes then most other GEVOs. Perhaps she is not being maintained very well? The tarped flat was laoded with locomotve axels.
  5. Winter Wonderland #2

    Winter Wonderland #2

    BNSF 7695 passes a BN work train that is heading to pick up a caterpillar tractor at Scenic.
  6. Winter Wonderland #1

    Winter Wonderland #1

    BNSF 7695, one of the first GEVO's with the prototype logo- yellow instead of black chugs its way past Skykomish.
  7. Crushed Gevo

    Crushed Gevo

    BNSF 5942 was the lead unit on a southbound C-JRMSLP230A (Jacobs Ranch Mine, WY -- Smithers Lake Power(Houston)) coal train that entered an open switch in Cactus, TX and hit a cut of cars on a spur track. Both crew members survived the wreck with only minor injuries.
  8. Gaynor Trestle Crossing

    Gaynor Trestle Crossing

    An eastbound ES44DC travels over the Gaynor Trestle.
  9. Gevo in the Sun

    Gevo in the Sun

    An eastbound ES44DC waits for the Cascade Tunnel to clear after a westbound stack train traveled through it.
  10. DPU of a northbound grainer

    DPU of a northbound grainer

    GEVO is the rear helper of this grainer for Seattle.
  11. Five new GEVOs

    Five new GEVOs

    Five brand new GEVOs lead a intermodal train towards Seattle. Here it is seen going past CP Harbor near Tacoma WA
  12. HLCX & UP @ Coast Engine and Equipment Co. (CEECO)

    HLCX & UP @ Coast Engine and Equipment Co. (CEECO)

    Here is HLCX #3839 along with the UP #5261 sitting at CEECO along with the Milwaukee Road E unit sitting on the south side of the property.. #3839 looks like it was just painted and emerged from the paint booth that very same day..
  13. BNSF ES44DC & Dash 9 at Laurel

    BNSF ES44DC & Dash 9 at Laurel

    A BNSF Dash 9-44CW in H2 & an ES44DC in H2 pass through MRL's Laurel Yard.
  14. Four new GEVOs westbound on the L. A. sub.

    Four new GEVOs westbound on the L. A. sub.

    A set of 4 new GEVOs leads a westbound container train though the City of Industry in April of 2005.
  15. BNSF GEVO 6003

    BNSF GEVO 6003

    Shiny and new BNSF 6003 leads NS 327 on the Talbot sub, London Ontario July 14, 2006. It was one of the last NS trains still running in Canada. This train was terminated Dec 31st, 2006
  16. Big Power

    Big Power

    With all the clutter of the new track & signal project in the Iona Island area of the CSX River Line one has to work to crop out all the MOW & Signal junk laying around.
  17. CP Stack Train

    CP Stack Train

    A CP doublestack train heads east at MP36.05 on the CP Cascade Sub. This train had two GEVOs on it.
  18. A Saskatchewan Train

    A Saskatchewan Train

    This train had nothing but Potash, Wheat, a few tankers, and 1 coil car. Saskatchewan produced freight at it's best! And, a GEVO to boot! CN 2227 and 5347 head accross the bridge.
  19. Ugly Duckling

    Ugly Duckling

    My vote for the world's ugliest diesel: an NS ES44DC still in primer. This one is pulling a train long-hood forward past the Selma depot enroute to Garner, NC.
  20. Yet Another GEVO

    Yet Another GEVO

    A CSX extra coal train rolls south towards Selma, North Carolina with one of the road's new GEVO's up front.





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