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  1. Back at the Ranch

    Back at the Ranch

    I had my scanner on hand, and I was informed the the CP 8817 was coming in my direction. He didn't have any defects either. Here we see CP Sulphur empties passing the Discovery Wildlife Park at Innisfail, Alberta. Family get togethers always have a visit from CP Rail.
  2. CP Molten Sulphur

    CP Molten Sulphur

    CN doesn't like to run molten Sulphur unit trains, preferring to stick a cut of 30-40 tankers on a manifest such as 346. Then again I have seen it once last year. The train was almost always parked @ CN's Fort Route yard (Winnipeg) when I railfanned there in 2003-05. This however is either...
  3. CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K841 rumbles through Talladega, Al.
  4. Whats shiny on top and looks like a Boeing Skybox?

    Whats shiny on top and looks like a Boeing Skybox?

    Overtuned sulphur gondolas! Apparently something happened out west and this was a result. A block of 8 cars was set 12 cars back from the power.
  5. CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K869 rumbles through Lineville, Al.
  6. CSXT'S S&NA North Sub

    CSXT'S S&NA North Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K869 rumbles through Decatur, Al. ( Cedar Lake Road )
  7. NS'S Kentucky Division

    NS'S Kentucky Division

    NS Southbound Molten Sulphur Train 61N rumbles through Sale Creek, Tn.
  8. CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K841 rumbles through Chelsea, Al.
  9. CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Sub

    CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K841 rumbles through New Castle, Al.
  10. CSXT'S Fitzgerald Sub

    CSXT'S Fitzgerald Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K869 rumbles through Brownsand, Ga.
  11. CSXT'S S&NA North Sub

    CSXT'S S&NA North Sub

    CSXT Northbound Molten Sulphur Train K810 rumbles through Cullman, Al. with a pair of Soo Line SD60'S for power
  12. CSXT'S S&NA North Sub

    CSXT'S S&NA North Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K841 rumbles through Cullman, Al. with a pair of WC SD45'S leading a CSXT C40-8W
  13. CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K869 rumbles through Lineville, Al.
  14. CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT'S Lineville Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K841 awaiting a fresh crew at Manchester, Ga. with a pair of CN SD75I'S leading a GCFX ( Alstom ) SD40-3
  15. CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Sub

    CSXT'S Boyles Terminal Sub

    CSXT Southbound Molten Sulphur Train K841 rumbles through New Castle, Al. with a pair of WC SD45'S leading an RLCX ( Former LMX ) B39-8E
  16. The Little Engine That Could

    The Little Engine That Could

    Blacklands power #201 pulled the Tejas Special today, averaging 12 MPH between Commerce and Sulphur Springs Texas. This was the first passenger train on the cotton belt since 1954.
  17. Tejas Special

    Tejas Special

    Looking from the rear of four Ex-Santa Fe, Ex-Amtrak Hi-Level Budd coaches on a special run between Commerce and Sulphur Springs, Tx on the former Cotton Belt, now the Blacklands Railroad.
  18. BNSF Sulphur Train

    BNSF Sulphur Train

    3-24-4 @ 1730 hrs..North bound on the BNSF Wichita Falls Sub just north of Rhome, TX. EMDX 9017 (Oakway) & BNSF 9227 pull the northbound sulphur train from Galveston, TX.
  19. Into Byers Canyon

    Into Byers Canyon

    Horizontal view of Amtrak's California Zephyr rolling along the Colorado River through Byers Canyon west of Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo. On the Union Pacific Railroad. Shot Sept. 5, 2003, with 200 speed film, 35MM.
  20. Rolling through Byers Canyon

    Rolling through Byers Canyon

    Amtrak's California Zephyr rolls along the Colorado River through Byers Canyon west of Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo. On the Union Pacific Railroad. Shot Sept. 5, 2003, with 200 speed film, 35MM.



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