5 Trains at Binney Junction (Including BNSF Military Train)

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Engineering Student

Enjoy this video of UP and BNSF trains passing through Binney Junction in California. This is a major junction between the Union Pacific's North-South Valley Subdivision to Dunsmuir, and the Sacramento Subdivision to Oroville and eventually the Feather River Canyon.
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This works for me. Hope it is the same video.

Looks like everything on the military train was facing rearward, and at least 4 trucks had their driver door open catching the wind.



Engineering Student
Hello Bruce,

Thank you for posting a link that works! I've been trying to get the link to work with no luck! :confused: I noticed the doors wide open, and the chain dragging on the second to last flat car too. It was an interesting train...

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