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  1. Skyline at Stacy

    Skyline at Stacy

    A stack train doubles at Stacy Street Yard in Seattle.
  2. Brand New Tiger Stripe

    Brand New Tiger Stripe

    Brand new GP50 3113 sits at Stacy St Yard in Seattle, Wa waiting to take a train East. The units were maintenance headaches for ther BN. They had a failure rate nearly three times that of BN's SD40-2 fleet. The CMO called them the "Edsel" of the locomotive market.
  3. BNSF 3539 off the rails

    BNSF 3539 off the rails

    Afrer crossing the broken rail the front traction motor stayed on the track.
  4. On the ground BNSF 3539

    On the ground BNSF 3539

    The unit arrived at the Interbay roundHouse with no breaking linkages. Looks all there here.
  5. Lift them WAY up there.

    Lift them WAY up there.

    This is the Dec 12th 2002 Derail in Seattle WA on the Stacy yard track. The morning was all it took to straighten this one out.
  6. Old fashion blocking, not cranes for this truck

    Old fashion blocking, not cranes for this truck

    This is the Dec 12th 2002 Derail in Seattle WA on the Stacy yard track. The morning was all it took to straighten this one out.
  7. Stopped by blocks, saved the Collum

    Stopped by blocks, saved the Collum

    This is the Dec 12th 2002 Derail in Seattle WA on the Stacy yard track. The morning was all it took to straighten this one out.
  8. The Air Under There!!

    The Air Under There!!

    This is the Dec 12th 2002 Derail in Seattle WA on the Stacy yard track. The morning was all it took to straighten this one out.
  9. Headed for the Water

    Headed for the Water

    This is the Dec 12th 2002 Derail in Seattle WA on the Stacy yard track. The morning was all it took to straighten this one out.



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