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IC 2707 leads a trio of brand new C44-9W's for the CN into Johnston Yard in Memphis. As the load coal train C70091, IC 2707 crosses under the Third Street Bridge on the Mud Line on September 10, 2004.
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An almost new CEFX AC4400 #1057 idles away, short of the south switch at Ponoka, AB. While waiting for track clearance, the engineer headed to the local IGA and p/u'd up a couple bags of goodies, as the trip had all the makings of a long and slow trip to Edmonton. They were caught behind the NB...
BNSF's G-BDEINB9-26A cars passes just east of Lind, WA on 5/30/2005 at 715pm with a solid set of the new Trinity 3 Bay Cylindrical hoppers on this beautiful spring evening. These cars were built in both 4/05 and 5/05, most likely on their first revenue run for the BNSF.
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