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  1. CP 9522, riding out

    CP 9522, riding out

    DPU engine 9522 coasts down the main to stop. CP 9573, the lead unit, will stop at the fuel pad behind the railway station down town.
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  3. Walker Fuel

    Walker Fuel

    CN SD70I & BCOL Dash 8-40CM get fuelled at Walker shops. Note the twisty rail in the foreground. Id probably be shot for taking a similar photo at the Saskatoon shops (recall http://tinyurl.com/69r8jh) side street access makes all the difference in Edmonton.
  4. Fill Em' Up

    Fill Em' Up

    The mainline fueling station is not a new concept. The BNSF has several of them. But the CP only has one. And they decided to put it in Moose Jaw, as it is said to be the center most point on the system, and I would imagine most Locomotives would be pretty thirsty after traveling the distance...
  5. Montreal Intermodals

    Montreal Intermodals

    CP 9752 heads up the CP Intermodal stack train to St. Luc. Like all CP trains in Moose Jaw, he will stop to gas up.
  6. Gas Train

    Gas Train

    The 450 hauls all the Gasoline, Deisel, and other such petrolium from the north down to Chicago for exploitation.
  7. CP 8831

    CP 8831

    My first 8800, CP 8831 is the third unit, behind two AC4400CW, getting fueled after coming home as a light power move from a potash mine. Sure don't look like your typical gas station! The green John Deer tractor/golf cart you see on the side is used to move around the shops. As well, note...
  8. NS' F Units Inside The Cab, And Outside In The Early Morning Hours

    NS' F Units Inside The Cab, And Outside In The Early Morning Hours

    The NS F Units F9A 4270, F7B 4276, F7B 4275, and GP38-2 5648, stopped shortly at Linwood for servicing before continuing to Augusta, Ga. In the early AM hours of 3/30/07. Cab shots and Ground shots of the units. All photos taken with permission.
  9. Conrail Geep

    Conrail Geep

    What we have here is the bell, some fuel lines and the usual rust. Not bad for an ex-Conrail Geep, currently lettered LLPX and working for CBNS. The photo was taken from a street which leads into the station, which is now a museum, so no trespassing.
  10. fill it up

    fill it up

    Fuel track is full today with SD40-2s and GEVO's
  11. 24 Pumps, No Waiting

    24 Pumps, No Waiting

    CSX's Fuel Station outside of Cleveland, Ohio, MP174
  12. Fuel Pad at Night

    Fuel Pad at Night

    UP 5071 fuels up before heading east out of Cleveland.
  13. KCS 4333 - SW1500 - M.J. Scanlon

    KCS 4333 - SW1500 - M.J. Scanlon

    A switcher is parked at the pumps in KCS West Yard outside of New Orleans.
  14. Fuel guage

    Fuel guage

    dash 8 fuel guage.
  15. fuel monitor

    fuel monitor

  16. Collinwood Tanks

    Collinwood Tanks

    The two fuel tanks at Collinwood Yard's Station E refueling station

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