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Former Santa Fe GP60 is leading an autorack train south on the Seattle Subdivision from "D" St. crossing.. Now, "D" St. has been converted from a crossing to an overpass.. Interesting to have a standard cab and wide cab GP60 as sole power..
An ex BN GP50 and an ex ATSF GP60M, (104), are seen coming into the North Restricted Limits of Longmont, Colorado with 25 cars from Fort Collins and Loveland, Colorado on the Longmont Local.
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GP60M leads baretables past Fullerton Station on September 14, 2004. The building in the background is the Donald Duck Juice plant. They get rail service several times a month, I am not sure of the details
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