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  1. Hello!

    Hello!

    BNSF 5738, one of the pre-production GEVO\'s goes under the wooden bridge at "Blue Cut" (Blue Cut Road) between McGregor and Moody, Texas on the point of a Smithers Lake coal load
  2. GEVO

    GEVO

    The southbound "Rock Train" pulled by 2 ES44DC's rounds a curve leaving Apex, North Carolina.
  3. Recent shots from GorgeRail 2006.

    Recent shots from GorgeRail 2006.

    Here is a few of my recent shots from 5-21-2006. The picture is of the east end of siding Bates, Wash.
  4. CP_8710

    CP_8710

    A brand spankin new GEVO ES44AC 8710 hauls a manifest Westward at Lytton on CN's Ashcroft Sub
  5. BNSF GEVO 7684 at Ransom

    BNSF GEVO 7684 at Ransom

    BNSF GEVO 7684 highballs through Ransom with a westbound intermodal stack train.
  6. GEVo In Bound

    GEVo In Bound

    A brand new UP GEVo unit (ES44AC I think) leads an older C40-8 and SD70M with a double stack train on the approach to Taylor Yard.
  7. DSCF1210

    DSCF1210

    A northbound CSX train headed up by a pair of brand new ES44DC's waits for another northbound and a southbound at Dunn, NC.
  8. DSCF1213

    DSCF1213

    Northbound passes northbound as CSX plays catch-up after the mainline was out of service for nearly 2 days due to bridge repair. Note the brand-new GEVO's.
  9. BNSF 7687, the first GEVO ES44DC to ever receive the new logo, at Ransom

    BNSF 7687, the first GEVO ES44DC to ever receive the new logo, at Ransom

    BNSF 7687, the first GEVO ES44DC to ever receive the new logo, heads west through Ransom, about to pass under the bridge.
  10. Talkin' 'bout a GEVO-lution

    Talkin' 'bout a GEVO-lution

    New GEVO ES40DC leads train 39G west at Port Kennedy, PA.
  11. My First GEVO

    My First GEVO

    This train was stopped for a broken rail in Elsberry, Missouri. I thought I\'d drive back to see what was being used for a helper and there it was, all shiny and clean.
  12. Caboose and gevo

    Caboose and gevo

    CP Caboose parked in the siding while the gevos pull up a few sidings away
  13. Here come the GEVOs!

    Here come the GEVOs!

    Sparkling new GE ES44DC's lead train Q439 westbound along the former B&O Royal Blue Line at Holmes. Third in the lash is an MP15 switcher.
  14. Westbound at Emory

    Westbound at Emory

    UP 5485 east of Emory, UT.
  15. 2 pair--2 GEVOs and  2 ACEs

    2 pair--2 GEVOs and 2 ACEs

    UP 5470, 8376, 8341, and 5532 head down Cajon Pass one a congested morning (track work in the Devore area).
  16. A pair of ACe's and a GEVO away

    A pair of ACe's and a GEVO away

    UP 5447, 8336, and 8344 make their way up Cajon Pass.
  17. GEVO & ACe with yellow stripes

    GEVO & ACe with yellow stripes

    UP 5492 and UP 8367 are two of four locos leading a train up Cajon Pass as it rounds Sullivan's Curve.
  18. 7677's First Run to Richmond, CA

    7677's First Run to Richmond, CA

    This GEVO was making her maiden voyage across the Mojave Desert on March 26th, 2005. 7677 was put in the hole for an eastbound trailer train. During their stop, the conductor stretched his leg and let the trackside photographers take their share of rosters. The conductor complained that they...
  19. GEs Evolution Series

    GEs Evolution Series

    Two brand new ES44DCs roll southbound through Puyallup.
  20. UP GEVO

    UP GEVO

    UP5696 sits in Chiloquin, Oregon waiting to proceed into the siding. This one of the first runs of the new UP GEVOs.





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