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  1. Frozen trash

    Frozen trash

    On a frigid afternoon, the northbound Napa Valley trash train blows some snow.
  2. Matched Trash

    Matched Trash

    Filthy PhaseIs on the CN 102. I like matching locomotives!
  3. Paradise Local

    Paradise Local

    Montana Rail Link's Paradise Local pulls into Thompson Falls to switch a lumber customer powered by two aging GP9's.
  4. Trash Is Cash

    Trash Is Cash

    For the BNSF, trash IS cash and it hauls a lot of it. Here is an empty trash train headed westbound through the Columbia River Gorge near Bingen, Washington. This train usually has a mix of 2nd generation power such as these 3 SD40-2's.
  5. BNSF trash in the sun.

    BNSF trash in the sun.

    The U-ROOEVE trash train heads northbound through Puyallup with a BNSF 6364 a SD40-2 leading today.
  6. SD70M-2 Trash

    SD70M-2 Trash

    Another self explanitory title. And I thought the junk was supposed to be on the FRONT of CN 115!
  7. Ashland Action on the First Day of Summer

    Ashland Action on the First Day of Summer

    Southbound Trash Train
  8. Recent shots from GorgeRail 2006.

    Recent shots from GorgeRail 2006.

    Here is a few of my recent shots from 5-21-2006. The picture is of the east end of siding Bates, Wash.
  9. Haulin' Trash

    Haulin' Trash

    CSX train Q409 (aka, the Trash Train) heads south towards Selma.
  10. CSX D765

    CSX D765

    CSX WB D765, a cold Saturday morning. D765 carries refuse in container double stack cars 17 miles to the incinerator.





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