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  1. Roadrailer at dusk

    Roadrailer at dusk

    Westbound NS 267 east of Buroows, IN.
  2. Reflections

    Reflections

    An eastbound NS merchandise train at sunset.
  3. Reflections

    Reflections

    A westbound NS train reflects in a pool of water east of Burrows, IN.
  4. Local Reflection

    Local Reflection

    Local NS D93 westbound at Clymers, IN on the NS Illinois Division. The local was readying for a stop at the ethanol plant to drop off empty ethanol tank cars.
  5. DPU Reflections on a Rail

    DPU Reflections on a Rail

    Grain train waiting for a yard crew to put it away at TEMCO. Tied down at Ruston / Tacoma WA.
  6. Bridge 14 Sunset

    Bridge 14 Sunset

    A gloriously reflected sunset provides a setting for the NB UP baretable crossing Bridge 14 on the Seattle Sub near Steilacoom, WA.
  7. CP 3070

    CP 3070

    CP 3070, one of many CP GP38-2's wearing the newest paint scheme 'Ingenuity'. He was much shinier when I first saw him behind a SD90MAC-H back in August: http://tinyurl.com/2s5abk Note the 'modern door' built into the window of the old shops.
  8. Mountain Reflection

    Mountain Reflection

    Two SD40-2s and a SD45-2 lead an eastbound stack train over Marias Pass. The train is descending the hill as it approaches Bison siding on July 16, 2003.
  9. Columbia River Gorge Reflection Shot!

    Columbia River Gorge Reflection Shot!

    Westbound Potash Loads seen from I-84 , west of The Dalles Oregon November 2004 Photo Assignment Winner The topic was "Water"
  10. Industrial Reflections

    Industrial Reflections

    Having just left the grimy surrounds of the South Burnie paper mill, an eastbound train crosses the river at the start of its journey to Hobart, in Australia's island state of Tasmania.
  11. BN Reflection

    BN Reflection

    A trio of BN(BNSF) units heads towards Spokane, WA as light engines. Photo taken near Scribner, WA on April 12, 2003.



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