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Four signals lit at Mukilteo,WA on October 16,2006.
On the Right,on the top, a Lunar light giving the OK for the BOEING SWITCH to make a reverse move up BOEING HILL.
On the lower,Red for the Return from the BOEING siding to Eastbound Main #2.
On the left,on top,Clear Ahead for the Eastbounder...
New England Central GP40'S 4048 & 4049 along with a red & grey painted GP40 are sitting at Sylacauga, Al. awaiting their next assignment on the Eastern Alabama Railway, which runs from Sylacauga to Talledega, Al. & interchanges with NS at Sylacauga & CSXT at Talledega.
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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