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  1. UP 8571 West at Knippa!!!!

    UP 8571 West at Knippa!!!!

    UP 8571 west hauling Special wide-load. This was the second load I have seen like this around here.
  2. Drawwork

    Drawwork

    It's heavy enough to ride on eight axels, and it's important enough to be cut in behind the engines. As far as my research goes, this thing is a Drawwork, a large electronic winch used with Oil Rigs. Yard engine 1546 watches his train go into a yard track at Moose Jaw.
  3. Refinery Parts

    Refinery Parts

    CN 351 arrived in town last night, and put it's train away on the Nutana industrial tracks. Here we see the loads, which appear to be Hydrocrackers or Frac Towers for an Oil Refinery.
  4. Triangular Truss

    Triangular Truss

    Anybody ever seen one of these before?
  5. Another UP coal load at Sumner WA

    Another UP coal load at Sumner WA

    Seen this morning was yet another UP coal load for Roberts Bank. This time it is viewed at CPS 154 or the south end of Sumner Siding.
  6. GMC trucks

    GMC trucks

    These were the only trucks included in the popular MSTS Train Simulator game. In real life however, it is them who are on the train! Being cab-overs the engine is fully exposed to the elements toward the back of the cab. Is this smart?
  7. Radio towers?

    Radio towers?

    I've seen these loads on CN before, ussually travelling in a CN gondola.
  8. Cable barrels?

    Cable barrels?

    Quite a few of these loads coming through on CN & CP recently.
  9. M&STL Bulkhead flat with an unusual load and weird bulkheads.

    M&STL Bulkhead flat with an unusual load and weird bulkheads.

    I havent a clue what's up with the bulkheads.
  10. CP 317022

    CP 317022

    Typical red CP Rail bulkhead loaded with ???. This load likely arrived on 542 from Regina, he was then switched into the lumber yard which is used as a team track. They get this sort of odd loads all the time, sometimes in pack of 10 cars, just two cars this time though. Note the safety stripes.
  11. RAILLINK

    RAILLINK

  12. Intersting load

    Intersting load

    The photo speaks for itself.
  13. Evaporators on Cajon - 3

    Evaporators on Cajon - 3

    Detail of one of the twelve evaporators on this UP load heading east on November 6th, 2005 on Cajon Pass at MP 58.2 on the north track of the BNSF's Cajon Sub
  14. Evaporators on Cajon - 3

    Evaporators on Cajon - 3

    Going away image of twelve evaporators on this UP load heading east on November 6th, 2005 on Cajon Pass at MP 58.2 on the north track of the BNSF's Cajon Sub
  15. Evaporators on Cajon

    Evaporators on Cajon

    Detail of three of the twelve evaporators on this UP load heading east on November 6th, 2005 on Cajon Pass at MP 58.2 on the north track of the BNSF's Cajon Sub
  16. The Famous Schnabel Car

    The Famous Schnabel Car

    The Massive Schnabel Car was Built in Germany..This 36 Axle Giant, Weights 335 Tonnes..Coupler to Coupler, it's just under 91 Meters, long, making it the World's Largest Capacity Rail Car. (1987)..Approximately the Length of a Football Field. CP Rail will make Five Trips between Duluth...
  17. Truck on truck on truck...

    Truck on truck on truck...

    I don't see this too often, but it happends.
  18. CSX Q375  Navy Load, DODX Flat

    CSX Q375 Navy Load, DODX Flat

    DODX flat
  19. CSX Q375  Navy Load

    CSX Q375 Navy Load

    Pictured at Willard for crew change. DODX 40007 flat car with a load of weighing in at 130,000 lbs. The special load was NAVY Center cab switcher # USN 65-00567. Started its journey at its origin of Lee Hall Fort Eustis, Va and will arrive at its destination of Nebo/Yermo, Barstow...
  20. "Returning to Duluth"

    "Returning to Duluth"

    The Famous Schnabel Train is Returning to Duluth, Minnesota to Pick Up Another Pressure Vessel for the Heavey Oil Upgrader in Regina, Saskatchewan, Cdn. This Massive 36 Axle Giant the Length of a Football Field and Weighting 335 Tonnes was Built in West Germany. In all Five Trips were made, they...



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