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CSXT'S S&NA South Sub

CSXT Southbound Freight Train R577 passing through Varnons, Al. with the one & only Alstom Painted SD40-2 3072 leading the way. Catching a one of a kind paint scheme leading a train is very rare, I'm sure the odds are just as high as hitting the lottery, but in 2 days I caught the GCFX 3072 leading 3 different trains back in 2004, Q682, Q575, & R577, I've been fortunate to have insight to many of my great catches being I work for CSXT, but sometimes luck is on my side as well with the trains running at the right times & with good sunny weather, it took years of keeping track of the GCFX 3072 to finally catch it leading a train

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