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  1. A Terrible Poker Hand,Not Even A Pair,But a Nice Sight

    A Terrible Poker Hand,Not Even A Pair,But a Nice Sight

    BNSF 790 leads an empty coal train from Roberts Bank,BC back to Powder River,WY.A D9-44CW on the point,an AC4400CW in Nr 2 spot and DPUs were BNSF 8820 an SD70MAC and BNSF 5855 an ES44AC.Four Units,All Different.
  2. Outbound on the Centralia Steam Plant Spur

    Outbound on the Centralia Steam Plant Spur

    BNSF 9313 on the point of an empty unit coal train leads its train out the Centralia Steam Plant Spur towards the Seattle Sub main and a return to Powder River
  3. Eastbound leaving N. Powder for Baker and Encina Hill

    Eastbound leaving N. Powder for Baker and Encina Hill

  4. Across the Baker Valley

    Across the Baker Valley

    On cold December morning UP's M-PCHK rolls west across the Baker Valley of northeast Oregon. As is typical for December in the valley, the wind is blowing around 30 mph causing drifts on the highways. No wonder this location is called North Powder!
  5. NS'S Georgia Division Atlanta North District

    NS'S Georgia Division Atlanta North District

    NS Southbound Freight Train 175 rumbles through Powder Springs, Ga.
  6. Snaking downhill

    Snaking downhill

    Northbound Coal loads snake downhill toward Donkey Creek WY on 9-10-03
  7. Maximum Effort

    Maximum Effort

    A quartet of BNSF SD 70MAC's are exerting the maximum effort as they battle upgrade with a loaded coal train in the Powder River Basin of WY on July 1, 2003. Note the headlight of another northbound train in the far distance.



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