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  1. BNSF 3001 Napavine, WA.

    BNSF 3001 Napavine, WA.

    BNSF 3001 North at Napavine, WA. with MRL SD45 370 trailing
  2. 5 ea SD45-2 in 2008

    5 ea SD45-2 in 2008

    A solid block of 5 ATSF SD45-2 units pose in SW Houston. Feb 2008. Yes, 2008
  3. Still Rockin'

    Still Rockin'

    5 SD45-2 units still in ATSF paint pause to enter Houston.
  4. MRL #4308 West on the Night Gas Local

    MRL #4308 West on the Night Gas Local

    MRL #4308 West is on the point of the Night Gas Local that left Missoula, MT at 1730 hrs. on it's way to Thompson Falls to deliver approx. 25 white CONX tank cars.. The cloud over the #4308 is the leftover of a major thunderstorm that was to the SW of Missoula about 3-4 hours earlier than when...
  5. CBNS 305

    CBNS 305

    I often saw CBNS 306 when I lived in Nova Scotia. 305 on the other hand ran later in the day, ussually when I ate dinner, so I didn't see him as much. This is one of the few days when I got lucky though. Note the loaded coal cars. The units were smoking hard, I had to move out of the way to...
  6. CBNS trio

    CBNS trio

    12:23 Eastbound CBNS 306, consist: 3 Units, 3 cars (Note direction is where the units were facing) E/B LLPX 1508 - (GP15-1) Blue W/B HATX 912 - (SD45-2) Grey W/B GEXR 4022 - (GP40u) Red CBNS bulkhead pulpwood car 2 white hoppers, last one being AEX 7634 This is my new record for most...
  7. HATX from above!

    HATX from above!

    HATX 907, the forth unit between LLPX GP38-2 2259/69 and brother HATX 910/914. Since I focussed on taking this picture I don't know the exact unit numbers of the engines right beside it. This image should be a lifesaver for anyone modelling these units, as roof shots in general aren't too easy...
  8. CBNS's finest power

    CBNS's finest power

    From the right: LLPX 2259&2269 (GP38-2's) followed by HATX 912, 907 & 914 (SD45-2's).
  9. Tribute to CBNS

    Tribute to CBNS

    Don't think I can make a more scenic photo of CBNS.
  10. SD45-2 Rooftops

    SD45-2 Rooftops

    HATX 912 didn't entirely fit in the photo, thus making room for HATX 907!
  11. CBNS in the marsh

    CBNS in the marsh

    Two LLPX GP38-2's (2269 & 2259) lead a trio of HATX SD45-2's (910, 907, 912) over the marsh. Do to heavy grades this is not uncommon, especially with 30+ cars.
  12. CBNS ore train

    CBNS ore train

    The empty cars are heading east as part of an empty coal/tanker train
  13. Antigonish landing

    Antigonish landing

  14. HATX vs. HATX

    HATX vs. HATX

    With three HATX SD45-2's in HATX paint running on the CBNS (910, 907 & 914) I was under the impression that they all look the same. I had to see them side by side to be proven wrong by myself.
  15. Power & Beauty

    Power & Beauty

    A CBNS E/B passes through town with: HATX 910 (SD45-2) LLPX 1508 (GP15-1) LLPX 1506 (GP15-1) LLPX 2259 (GP38-2) HATX 912 (SD45-2) Pulling a mixed freight of mostly empty coal hoppers.
  16. Odd meeting

    Odd meeting

    A CBNS E/B is met by a crew of city workers/contractors/RR workers (not sure which one) who were mowing the trackside grass! Needless to say they had to move. Note that the huge lash-up with 3 SD45-2's was lead by a GP15-1! One of the big boys, HATX 914 was recently released from the shops after...
  17. HATX 907 leading LLPX's

    HATX 907 leading LLPX's

    Three lessors are leading a 5unit train on the CBNS.
  18. HATX 907 (SD45-2)

    HATX 907 (SD45-2)

    One of 4 HATX SD45-2's working for CBNS.
  19. On the curve

    On the curve

    HATX 910 & LLPX 2259 (SD45-2 & GP38-2) are entering a curve just outside of town.
  20. HATX 910 & LLPX 2259

    HATX 910 & LLPX 2259

    HATX 910 & LLPX 2259 (SD45-2 & GP38-2) lead a short train on the edge of town. The building with a pointy roof in the backround is the station. As you can see the track curves a lot.




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