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  1. Track-level View

    Track-level View

  2. Rail level Interurban

    Rail level Interurban

    While travelling on the #1231, I took a rail level (cam on rail head) image of her at Granville Island Stop in Vancouver. I only had a couple of minutes for a quick image before she left on another run.
  3. Amtrak at Truman

    Amtrak at Truman

    Westbound Missouri Mule stops at Truman Station in Independence, Mo., with an RLDS chapel in view. On this day, the train is carrying high-level equipment, seen in other shots.
  4. High-levels at Truman Station

    High-levels at Truman Station

    Pulling the unusual high-level coaches, the westbound Missouri Mule stops at the Independence station. The train normally carries horizon or single-level coaches.
  5. High-levels in Missouri

    High-levels in Missouri

    Pulling the unusual high-level coaches, the westbound Missouri Mule stops at the Independence station. The train normally carries horizon or single-level coaches.
  6. The Little Engine That Could

    The Little Engine That Could

    Blacklands power #201 pulled the Tejas Special today, averaging 12 MPH between Commerce and Sulphur Springs Texas. This was the first passenger train on the cotton belt since 1954.
  7. Inside the Tejas Special

    Inside the Tejas Special

    Ex-ATSF, Ex-Amtrak Budd Hi-Level coach on special excursion run between Commerce and Sulphur Springs, TX on the Ex-Cotton Belt, now the Blacklands Railroad.
  8. Tejas Special

    Tejas Special

    Looking from the rear of four Ex-Santa Fe, Ex-Amtrak Hi-Level Budd coaches on a special run between Commerce and Sulphur Springs, Tx on the former Cotton Belt, now the Blacklands Railroad.
  9. Not a widecab in sight

    Not a widecab in sight

    Three CSX C40-8's hustle a train eastbound through Weedsport, NY on June 1, 2002.
  10. Pre-Superliner Coach

    Pre-Superliner Coach

    Before the days of double-deck Superliners, these coaches rode the Amtrak rails.



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