A old BN caboose gets a new paint job in the old Great Northern scheme,at the Interbay car shop i dont know where it will go maybe on the Boeing patrol up at Mukilteo or on the work trains,sure nice to see BNSF going along with some of the other class 1 railroads in merger themes even if it is...
One of three such engines on the scenic line, two CN GP40-2Ws & 4 PC GP40s, including 8016 trailing, round out the roster. I believe Dash 7 B Boats were used prior, always alongside old CN cars. The Class I retired this unit 10 years ago.
Well what a surprise today at Delta yard a Rocky chip car that hasnt been painted over the logo or the recording marks, a true survior,and no graffiti.i seen three of these go by on the end of a manifest s/b the other day but couldnt get a good shot of them ,wonder where these car have been hiding!
The abandoned Great Western sugar mill
poses as a backdrop while the Longmont Turn
pulls a string of cars delivered by the
Great Western Ry.
Canon EOS 5D
Canon EF 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 @ 85mm
1/320 sec @ f/11
Ex-NWP 4327 (actually I'm not sure if 4327
was the original NWP number) is the trailing
unit on a Great Western train switching at
Canon EOS 5D
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L @ 200mm
1/400s @ f/11
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