A colorful mix of power leads a long eastbound stack train thru morning shadows at Picnic Point Park on the east shore of Puget Sound.The three units up front are an H3 ES44DC,a Warbonnet D9-44CW and a White Faced SD60M
PSAP 3876, 3802, and Cal Northern 110 At POGH near the Myrtle St Crossing. 110 is just ahead of 2099 (out of picture) preparing to shove a string of boxcars and centerbeams back towards the Aberdeen yard. 3876/3802 are Awaiting orders. Cell Phone pic, so low quality
Canadian Pacific FP7 number 1400 makes a run down the San Francisco Peninsula at Menlo Park, California in November of 2000. The CP varnish was on tour to promote Canadian tourism, and presented a rare chance to see a working f-unit on the Peninsula.
Via 692 in the month of October has the Park Dome on its run to Churchill. Here it is on Mile 32 Togo Subdivision moving East to crew change at Dauphin,
Manitoba. The Dome car was on it's way North again on 693 at 01:25 on Friday, October 17, 2008.
This spur ran off CN Rivers sub into the Fort Garry Industrial Park #1. At its peak it had at least four spurs and siding, serving a variety of warehouses in the area. When I started railfanning in 2003, it was down to one spur and a siding, both lacking traffic. Not surprisingly by Spring 2005...
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