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  1. Cascades in Illinois

    Cascades in Illinois

    Amtrak Cascades NPCU 90230 leads a northbound Lincoln Service train over the Kankakee River in Wilmington.
  2. A bit out of place?

    A bit out of place?

    Amtrak Cascades NPCU 90230 leads a northbound Lincoln Service train over the Kankakee River in Wilmington.
  3. Acela!

    Acela!

    Amtrak Acela trainset 2001, the first trainset, highballs through Wilmington at over 100 MPH!
  4. Amtrak HHP-8 657

    Amtrak HHP-8 657

    During RailCamp, we were provided an opportunity to tour Amtrak's Wilmington, DE shop. HHP-8 657 sits in the shops waiting for some work.
  5. Santa Fe 2620 at Wilmington

    Santa Fe 2620 at Wilmington

    Santa Fe 2620 sits crewless in Wilmington with a work train.
  6. NS ES40DC 7518

    NS ES40DC 7518

    NS white ghost ES40DC 7518, a BNSF ES44DC, and a NS Dash 9 lead S-NSAFTM through Wilmington.
  7. BN 6391 at Wilmington with a nice surprise

    BN 6391 at Wilmington with a nice surprise

    BN 6391 heads west through Wilmington with the BNSF test train. I certainly wasn't expecting this!
  8. BNSF 5094 at Wilmington

    BNSF 5094 at Wilmington

    This train missed hitting somebody at the crossing by literally two seconds. It was moving every bit of 70 MPH (track speed). This all happened right before my eyes.
  9. BNSF 3196 - Watson Yard

    BNSF 3196 - Watson Yard

    BNSF 3196 on the point of a yard engine consist as they build a Watson Local.
  10. UP 5548 and company

    UP 5548 and company

    UP 5548 on the point of a light power move sent down from Dolores Yard to wye the power at the Wilmington Wye
  11. Lucky runby

    Lucky runby

    Visitors to the Wilmington & Western RR are treated to a passing CSX manifest. The CSX diesel and WWRR steamer traded horn greetings.
  12. WilmingtonWall

    WilmingtonWall

    In Wilmington, CA there are several container facilities and they stack em' up 4 and 5 high.



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