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  1. A Signal Maintainer's Nightmare

    A Signal Maintainer's Nightmare

    Double crossover switches at Goose Hollow in Portland, OR on the MAX Westside line. Photo shot from Vista Ave. bridge.
  2. City of New Orleans - AMTK 86 - P42DC - M.J. Scanlon

    City of New Orleans - AMTK 86 - P42DC - M.J. Scanlon

    Train 59 leaves Central Station, led by AMTK 86, southbound on the CN Memphis Sub with downtown in the background. Memphis,TN 16FEB04
  3. Orgotherm Welding

    Orgotherm Welding

    An NJ TRANSIT Orgotherm Weld
  4. Taiwan Chi-Chi Branch Line Scene

    Taiwan Chi-Chi Branch Line Scene

    Chi-Chi branch line is one of the most famous tourist rail in central Taiwan. This is taken from the cab.
  5. "ID Plate"

    "ID Plate"

    This Id Plate is attached to the Rail where ever a Join was connected. East Crossing Indian Head, Sk. Cn. July 2003 Photo.
  6. A Surfliner and the Sunset At LAUS

    A Surfliner and the Sunset At LAUS

    On the Left is Amtrak's Sunset/Texas Eagle and on the Right is a Surfliner with Horizons Cars. This was before they had the Full Baggage and Amfleet Custom Class car and even the Full Dome was added to the set
  7. UP Inspection crew REAR

    UP Inspection crew REAR

    Seattle June 13 2003 This interesting car arrived in the Argo yard, went around the Y track and then parked off on a rarely used track. Sure would make a nice motorhome for a railfan!
  8. UP Inspection crew

    UP Inspection crew

    Seattle June 13 2003 This interesting car arrived in the Argo yard, went around the Y track and then parked off on a rarely used track. Sure would make a nice motorhome for a railfan!
  9. Grinder Leaves Black Dust everywhere

    Grinder Leaves Black Dust everywhere

    As the Loram rail grinder work past the corner the rail dust nearly blocks the sun on the far side of the train. Rail must have been out of shape in this area.
  10. MOW also means People

    MOW also means People

    MOW isn't all equipment. People are necessary to run the machines. Sometimes they must do some of the work by hand.




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