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  1. Midland Meet

    Midland Meet

    Midland Mainline trainsets meet at Leicester.
  2. Midland Mainline

    Midland Mainline

    Speed limit markers frame passing Midland Mainline trainsets just outside Leicester station in the UK on Friday, Aug. 11, 2006.
  3. Arkansas Midland

    Arkansas Midland

    Arkansas Midland 726 has just entered the Arkansas Avenue line in North Little Rock, Arkansas. This line was once Cotton Belt property, and has street running for about a mile, before ending in the former Arkansas Avenue Yards, now used for mostly storage by Arkansas Midland.
  4. CP'S River Sub

    CP'S River Sub

    CP Westbound Freight Train rumbles through Midland Junction, Minnesota
  5. CP'S River Sub

    CP'S River Sub

    CP Eastbound Freight Train rumbles through Midland Junction, Minnesota
  6. CP'S River Sub

    CP'S River Sub

    CP Westbound Freight Train rumbles through Midland Junction, Minnesota with a Soo Line SD60 leading a CEFX AC4400CW
  7. You would yield to this if you saw it coming down the same street as you, w

    You would yield to this if you saw it coming down the same street as you, w

  8. Arkansas Avenue Visitor

    Arkansas Avenue Visitor

    Arkansas Midland GP10 414 and its train disturbs the silence of the North Little Rock neighborhood surrounding Arkansas Avenue as it backs its train down toward the end of the line. This is former Cotton Belt trackage.
  9. Maryland or New England?

    Maryland or New England?

    The Maryland Midland job that runs to Highfield is seen on its return trip to Union Bridge. The train is crossing the 'high bridge' just a few miles west of Thurmont.
  10. February Mist

    February Mist

    Arkansas Midland Paducah rebuild number 728 leads a three unit north-bound consist on a dreary February afternoon in 2001. The units have just dropped their train at the small Union Pacific interchange yard in Malvern, Arkansas and are making the return to Jones Mill.



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