Trains of Edmonds, Washington

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Bill Anderson

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Two Geeps and nothing else headed north (tt/east) past the marsh on Veterans Day.

2106: GP38-2
3016: GP40-2

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The concrete items are for the construction project south of Edmonds.

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Bill Anderson

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Boeing builds other models of the 737 that are unaffected by the grounding. Those will continue to ship, though perhaps not as frequently.
It is the 737 fuselages that I photograph passing through Edmonds on their way to Renton froom Kansas on special flatcars. Today I saw four of them sitting in a siding in the south Seattle yard. I wonder what will become of them.
 

Bill Anderson

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It is the 737 fuselages that I photograph passing through Edmonds on their way to Renton froom Kansas on special flatcars. Today I saw four of them sitting in a siding in the south Seattle yard. I wonder what will become of them.
There are several modelsof the 737, but I think the cessation of production is for the entire line.
 


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