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CSX GP15T in Dolton

Heading east across the diamonds in Dolton, with a CSX GP15T leading. 25 of the 28 turbocharged GP15's built went to the Chessie System in 1982, now part of the CSX roster.
Great crisp snappy shot. I am wondering what the flying pieces are that look suspended in the air close to the ground just off the rail between the units? Very interesting.
There are utility or line marker flags in the ground, if you are referring to the two small black box shapes along the rail. There is a third one back by the diamond that is orange. The leading truck on the trailing GP38-2 was laying down the sand as well. Thanks for the comment and the ratings.

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