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A former Patron of the arts, CN 9671 is unlike the GP40Ls, a GP40-2W of GO Tranist heritage, geared for 76 mile per hour operation. It used to haul the American Orient Express around. Prior to that, it probably shuttled crack Intermodals in the 1990s. Now, he accompanies road units in working...
An Out-of-service Blue line train waits for the light at American Plaza Station, which is partially built into the lobby of a 40-story building.
This train terminated here due to a water main break under the tracks ahead, in order to continue their blue-line journey passengers had to...
The AOE (American Orient Express) rolls East through Alexander City, AL on its Antebellum South Tour on the NS CofGa line. This tour runs from New Orleans to Washington, D.C. and Visa Versa. This tour for 2006 only runs from D.C. to Savannah, GA and back, presumably because of the destruction...
The American Orient Express "cruising" thru Little Mountain Jct. on UP's Ogden Sub. They've been sitting here for an hour waiting for the MROHK from hell to get into the siding at Willard 5 miles up the line.
Portland & Westerns American Turn returns South to Eugene after running up to... American! check out the kid on the bike to the left of the train holding onto a boxcar for a quick ride down the street
Kind of looks like a European diesel, complete with a funky headlight! Aside from cranes & Rail grinders, still the biggest MOW single piece Ive seen to date. Note the two arrows on the body, indicating where the front is? Be odd to see that on locomotive frames instead of the usual F, R...
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