As usual, the 115 comes in as the best catch of the night. Despite the fact that every train I caught had a Dash-9 on the point that night, this one is probably the best of them. CN C44-9W 2204 leads tonight.
Canpotex hoppers depart the city scapes of Moose Jaw. I have a very strong hatread of such trains, and I was kind of P.O'd when it prooved to be the most common operation on the Indian Head line. The train did have DPUs, though.
Westbound Geometry train with a Santa Fe on point what a lucky day up the hill.There was a Z train on the siding waiting and i was surprise when this unit came out of the tunnel.The Theater car is the Skagit River,and in the background the smoke rises from the west portal of the Cacade tunnel.
This was a real surprise this morning,the Amtrak #7 Empire Builder westbound out of Chicago with a complete Sounder unit in tow.A think these where on loan and are on there way back to Seattle for third comuter use ,and must have been pick up at Chicago? BNSF 3/5/2008 Photo taken at Edmonds Wa...
New England Central GP40'S 4048 & 4049 along with a red & grey painted GP40 are sitting at Sylacauga, Al. awaiting their next assignment on the Eastern Alabama Railway, which runs from Sylacauga to Talledega, Al. & interchanges with NS at Sylacauga & CSXT at Talledega.
This picture was taken from the loading platform. The train is a tourist train run by the Lewistown Chamber of Comerce; normaly it goes to Deton & back. This is a special "brunch with Santa" train which doesn't go all the way to Deton, it only goes about 3/4 of the way there...
a now rare CN GP40-2W leads a NS and HLCX engines east through Sarnia
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