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The late afternoon January sun lights the nose of NS 3306 SD40-2 as NS Central of Georgia Local Train A41 waits on the NS P-Line's main line for a meet with the East bound NS 334.High hoods like this motor are a dying breed, soon to be gone for good. Shoot them while you can.
The late afternoon January sun lights the nose of NS 3306 SD40-2 as NS Central of Georgia Local Train A41 waits on the NS P-Line's main line for a meet with the East bound NS 334. High hoods like this motor are a dying breed, soon to be gone for good. Shoot them while you can.
The NS had a set of SD40-2 HLCX lease units running around Indiana in December. HLCX was shot on the WSRY railroad at Clymers, IN. The WSRY connects into the NS Wabash at Clymers. Photo taken on old school K64 film.
The fourth of ten SD40-2's on a light engine move being returned to the leaser. I did get a shot of the white face behind this one as well, but it didn't turn out very good. The other five units were not in a very good spot to be photographed as I would've had to stand on a highway onramp to...
The 8002 was leading a 10 locomtive light engine move South on the Oregon Trunk. All 10 locomtives were SD40-2's being returned to their leasers. Really a shame as the SD40-2 is one of my (if not the) favorite locomtives.
The mainline fueling station is not a new concept. The BNSF has several of them. But the CP only has one. And they decided to put it in Moose Jaw, as it is said to be the center most point on the system, and I would imagine most Locomotives would be pretty thirsty after traveling the distance...
For the BNSF, trash IS cash and it hauls a lot of it. Here is an empty trash train headed westbound through the Columbia River Gorge near Bingen, Washington. This train usually has a mix of 2nd generation power such as these 3 SD40-2's.
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