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In the shadow of NS' Corporate Headquarters are bridge 5 and 5A. Serving mostly traffic for the Lamberts Point coal facility, bridge 5 is seen here in position for the local hostler tho shuttle power to the various facilities. Bridge 5A, seen raised in the background, originally served...
Driving pilings for bridge supports main two double track M.P.-17 Edmonds Wa.at this angle as the train pass by and the exhaust from the pile driver exits at the top of the train it looks like its pile driving the train.
little late posting this .After moving main one to the east making a real snake like route from curve around south M.P.16.9 or so to around where new bridge is to be put in,then back to main line into Edmonds on Sat. 10/9/2010 with a 10 hour window they cut the track and moved it back...
A northbound UP manifest drops down the UP's Cascade line and is nicely framed by this SP signal bridge. Dispatcher 68 was nice enough to send us three freights (and Amtrak) down the hill in rapid succession into this beautiful morning light. The rest of the day was a bust, though.
One of Norfolk Southern's daily mixed manifests from Roanoke, VA crosses the James River at Natural Bridge Station on its northward journey to Waynesboro and beyond. It a little cooler today thanks to the partial cloud cover.
New KCS Overpass at 25th and Connecticut nearing completion. My wife's stepbrother, Brett Reeves, was engineer on the project. Connecticut Ave. is a major N-S artery in the town, and the overpass had been discussed for decades.
Southbound Northeast Regional Train # 195 crosses the Pelham Bay Drawbridge, located in New York City's Borough of the Bronx, on its way to Richmond, Virginia's Staples Mill Road Station. The train is being led by an HHP-8. In the background are the high rises of Co-op City.
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