Lookin for BN Power

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#1
Sounds like I will take a trip out to Washington State next month. I plan on goin to Seattle. Since Im going for one thing and one thing only I thought Id better ask. Where in the state can I go to get some BN power? I know its can be found anywhere, but Id like to know exact locations and will probably need to know when the locals and transfer jobs run (since Im sure thats what the 2000 series GP38s and SD40-2s will be on).
 

Ryder P. Moses

Half Man Half Loco
#2
I'd say head 30 miles north to Everett. Lots of local power
around and all of the geep variety. The Boeing Switcher spends
hours at Mukiteo each afternoon. Delta Yard roundhouse tracks
would surely have a BN painted unit. Think 644, the train to
the Sumas Sub, good bet to see a BN painted unit.
 
#3
I'd say head 30 miles north to Everett. Lots of local power
around and all of the geep variety. The Boeing Switcher spends
hours at Mukiteo each afternoon. Delta Yard roundhouse tracks
would surely have a BN painted unit. Think 644, the train to
the Sumas Sub, good bet to see a BN painted unit.

Ok cool!
 


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