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    Trespassers and the BNSF Rosario Local!

    Normally the Rosario local goes north from Albuquerque on Sunday, but April 1 was Easter so it made the trip the next day. After hearing it on the scanner starting it's return to Albuquerque, I went track side to catch it. BNSF 2024 and 1714 lead two empty asphalt cars back to Albuquerque. In...
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    BNSF 9612 Passes Through Bernalillo, New Mexico

    https://youtu.be/FTYGIFillGI BNSF 9612, and EMD SD70MAC in Grinstein livery leads the Lamy Local through Bernalillo, NM on January 14, 2017.
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    BNSF 1770 Meets AMTK 821 in Bernalillo, NM

    https://youtu.be/EASiYXbyI4g Fall is a beautiful time of year in New Mexico and the world's largest cottonwood tree forest starts to turn yellow. What could be better than a blue and yellow BNSF legacy locomotive pulling the Lamy Local? The dispatcher puts him on the siding at Bernalillo...
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    BNSF 2844 Returns From Rosario, NM

    https://youtu.be/OUdHx4StlAw On most Sundays, a local freight leaves Albuquerque, NM and makes a stop at the General Mills plant on the north end of town. After exchanging a few hopper cars, the train takes tanks cars of asphalt to Rosario, NM and then returns several hours later with...
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    BNSF 1604 Leads the Lamy Local Through Bernalillo, NM.

    BNSF 1604 followed by 1608 are EMD SD40-2's built in April 1979. Here, they lead the Lamy Local, a short freight train that services the Rosario asphalt plant between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, NM. Seen on July 23, 2017.



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