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  1. Metra 419 east passing the MoPac heritage engine

    Metra 419 east passing the MoPac heritage engine

    Metra 419 east approaches its stop at Franklin Park as it passes the MoPac heritage engine, which was the star attraction of this year's Franklin Park Railroad Daze.
  2. MRL F45 Great Adventure

    MRL F45 Great Adventure

    BNSF #6809 south at MP 111.
  3. The Heritage Units

    The Heritage Units

    Of course they had to be tarped....the two first UP Heritage units fly south on their way to Proviso and ultimately Council Bluffs.
  4. UP 8383 East

    UP 8383 East

    These two dashed down the Milwaukee Sub straight from WSOR's Horicon paint shop. This is/was the MP Heritage unit. (Crappy shot, yes- but a neat thing to catch!)
  5. SD60M at Havre

    SD60M at Havre

    A BN SD60M & a BNSF H1 Dash9 are seen here at Havre.
  6. The Western Pacific heritage engine heads though Elmhurst

    The Western Pacific heritage engine heads though Elmhurst

    UP SD70ACe #1983, the one of the kind Western Pacific heritage engine, helps out on a eastbound stacker at Elmhurst.
  7. The Katy heritage engine sits at Momence

    The Katy heritage engine sits at Momence

    UP 1988, the one of a kind Katy heritage engine, holds northbound in Momence second out on a manifest.
  8. Before WP paint...

    Before WP paint...

    On its way to the WSOR'S Horicon paint shop, the primer UP 8383 leads UP'S MPRIT. Two months later, it came out wearing Western Pacific paint.
  9. UP4141 leading Heritage Units

    UP4141 leading Heritage Units

    UP 4141 leaving Ney Yard in Fort Worth, Texas while leading MOpac and Katy heritage units
  10. Three of a Kind

    Three of a Kind

    Each unit displays it's own color as the MoPac heritage unit leads the MKT unit and another UP SD70M past a huge grain elevator in Valley Junction Texas.
  11. MKT Heritage Unit UP 1988

    MKT Heritage Unit UP 1988

    The MKT Heritage unit follow it's MoPac brother through Valley Jct Texas.
  12. MoPac Heritage Unit UP 1982

    MoPac Heritage Unit UP 1982

    The MoPac Heritage unit rolls through Valley Junction Texas, leading the MKT unit and another UP SD70M.
  13. UP 1988 - Roanoke TX 09-18-05

    UP 1988 - Roanoke TX 09-18-05

    KATY Heritage
  14. Head end view of BNSF Dash 8-40CW #877

    Head end view of BNSF Dash 8-40CW #877

    Head end view of a Dash 8-40CW followed by BNSF SD60M #9297 (the one that bears the expirimental paint that was later modified into what we know as H1 & H2), a dash 9 in H2, & an ES44DC in H2 pulling an intermodel freight into Whitefish for a crew change. -Eric Drissell
  15. UP Heitage SD70ACe MKT

    UP Heitage SD70ACe MKT

    UP 1988 foound on Aug 29, 2005 in Arlington, TX on the old GSW RR switch lead
  16. UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    Keeping pace with the 1988 at a nice 63 MPH as the Jonesboro Sub parallels US Highway 49 in Waldenburg, AR.
  17. UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    Dispatcher 16 has given the UP 1988 an OK to proceed south on the Jonesboro Sub at South Otwell. It's seen here crossing CR 220 at the Craighead and Poinsett County line.
  18. UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    UP 1988 waits for a clearance to pass the malfunctioning signal at South Otwell on the Jonesboro Sub.
  19. UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    UP 1988 - SD70ACe - M.J. Scanlon

    The "Katy" unit, UP 1988, waits at the signal on the south side of the Otwell siding. The signal was malfunctioning due to a storm that had passed through the area earlier.
  20. UP 1982 North, Lenox Tower

    UP 1982 North, Lenox Tower

    The Mopac Heritage unit bangs through the switches of the Lenox Tower Interlocking on the point of train IHOYC, 08/21/05.




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