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  1. Heartland Flyer In Norman

    Heartland Flyer In Norman

    The Amtrak Heartland Flyer awaiting to depart the Santa Fe Train Depot In Norman, Oklahoma
  2. Davis, Oklahoma

    Davis, Oklahoma

    Southbound fast freight passes the Davis, OK depot en route to Fort Worth
  3. Perry, Oklahoma is OK

    Perry, Oklahoma is OK

    Texas bound BNSF train heads south from the Perry, OK depot
  4. Everything's A-OK

    Everything's A-OK

    in MacAlester, OK.
  5. Across the Wide Red River

    Across the Wide Red River

    The southbound Heartland Flyer crosses the Red River into Texas from Oklahoma en route to Fort Worth. Next stop, Gainesville, Texas. Digital image.
  6. Short, but to the point

    Short, but to the point

    Ft Sill, OK short train sending a message to Saddam

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