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SD70M 4845 leads a Northbound baretable train past a water spout near the North switch at Wicopee. The water spout and nearby tower still had water flowing through them, so it appears that the water spout is still usable.
Yes, the spout still works. The water diversion dam was covered in the Frazier slide but UP spent a lot of coin to have a new dam built. I got photos of it last year. All is WELL at Wicopee.. Get it, "well" because... nevermind..
So we did see you. Rob and I were trying to figure out which train, if any, you were on. Anyways, thanks for the info on the spout and rating.

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