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  1. BNSF 972558 Rotary Snowplow

    BNSF 972558 Rotary Snowplow

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    BN Rotary Snow Plows

    Greetings, For the heck of it, I decided to put together a list of the remaining BN rotary snow plows. From what I've gathered, it appears this is what remains of them. I've listed the number and their base. Does this look correct? Did I miss any? BN 972551 (Dilworth, MN) BN 972552...
  3. Free   at   Last

    Free at Last

    On a rainy friday they moved the N.P. #10 Rotary out from its fence cage along the north end of the tracks along the road .It is now proud to be back along the house track west of the depot,the old steam loc.is now in time out in the cage.Well they should of barrowed this for Stevens Pass this...
  4. Close up of the Rotary

    Close up of the Rotary

    A close up of the rotary snowplow.
  5. The GNRY Building, SD40-2 & the rotary snowplow

    The GNRY Building, SD40-2 & the rotary snowplow

    An SD40-2 & a Rotary snowplow sit in front a GNRY building
  6. Another view of the BN geeps at Great Falls

    Another view of the BN geeps at Great Falls

    Here I got a picture that shows both the building & the locos
  7. Burlington Northern units @ Great Falls

    Burlington Northern units @ Great Falls

    Plenty of old Cascade green geeps & SD's are seen here, along with a rotary snowplow, at Great Falls
  8. CSXT 084108

    CSXT 084108

    CSXT 084108 w/8008 & 8012 at Big Bend, FL terminal of IMC. Unloading point of wet rock from BV phosphate plants.
  9. White Pass Rotary #1 works east from Summit, BC

    White Pass Rotary #1 works east from Summit, BC

    White Pass Rotary#1 is pushed by steam locomotives 40 and 73 at Mile Post 24.1 near Summit, BC 4/7/01 #1 built in 1898 operated in 3 centuries. 1800's, 1900's and 2000's
  10. plowing on the 2nd sub

    plowing on the 2nd sub

    Ex GN rotary, now Camas Prairie #26, plows the Grangeville branch in Jan 1996. The Camas Prairie was in northern Idaho. The first locomotive's power runs the rotary and the other 3 are power for the train.



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