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  1. BNSF GE smokin' it up!!!!

    BNSF GE smokin' it up!!!!

    BNSF #4915 accelerates just west of Stevenson siding after meeting an eastbound.. This was a rare day that the sun was out and the trains were actually moving on the BNSF Fallbridge Subdivision.. To show on a nice spring day, snow is still in the hills in the background of the 4915 on the...
  2. Black Hills Central RR

    Black Hills Central RR

    The Black Hills Central Railroad is a tourist line running between Hill City and Keystone South Dakota. Here the train is running west from Keystone to Hill City.
  3. Black Hills Central RR

    Black Hills Central RR

    The Black Hills Central Railroad is a tourist line running between Hill City and Keystone South Dakota. Here the train is running west from Keystone to Hill City.
  4. Black Hills Central RR

    Black Hills Central RR

    The Black Hills Central Railroad is a tourist line running between Hill City and Keystone South Dakota. Here the train is running west from Keystone to Hill City.
  5. Black Hills Central RR

    Black Hills Central RR

    The Black Hills Central Railroad is a tourist line running between Hill City and Keystone South Dakota. Here the train is running west from Keystone to Hill City.
  6. Black Hills Central RR

    Black Hills Central RR

    The Black Hills Central Railroad is a tourist line running between Hill City and Keystone South Dakota. Here the train is running west from Keystone to Hill City by a camp ground.
  7. BNSF in the Flint Hills

    BNSF in the Flint Hills

    A northbound BNSF intermodal winds it's way through the Flint Hills of Kansas north of Matfield Green Kansas.
  8. Last Train

    Last Train

    A conductor checks for any last-minute passengers at New Jersey Transit's Far Hills station on the Gladstone Branch in November 2001. In a few minutes the train will arrrive at Gladstone at the end of the branch, finishing its run from Hoboken. Photo by Steve Barry.



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