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  1. Keep em rolling

    Keep em rolling

    A dead line for wheels at Baquedano station
  2. Wheels...


    Living in a major RR hub both for CN, CP & VIA, I see wheel movements quite often, ussually they're on platforms that are on mixed trains. CN however occasionally put them up on intermodals as in this case.
  3. Rollin'


    Took this picture in the Gorge while FoamersNW drove. The westbound train was traveling around 60 MPH. ISO 100, 80mm, 1/40, Av 8.0.
  4. Rolling


    Norfolk Southern freight train through Elyria, Ohio.
  5. Wheels (II)

    Wheels (II)

    This was shot outside CN's Gladstone, Michigan, roundhouse on December 26.
  6. Steel Wheels

    Steel Wheels

    The only photo of the 4449 I took when she visited Cincinnati in 1976 on her bicentennial tour as the Freedom Train

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