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I was reading some information about the Coldtrain Intermodal operations and the service continues to grow and serve new markets. I was wondering does anyone know which BNSF intermodal train I assume coming from Seattle stops in Quincy to pick up this traffic?
It would seem this traffic would get added to a Z train and I know they don't like anything that slows them down so I am curious how this all works.
eastbound it is the morning z out of SSE that works quincy, usually gets there early afternoon. there is no morning z out of SSE sunday or monday and i believe that the night z might do quincy pick up those days, if needed. not sure.
westbound i think it is the lower priority of the 2 zchcsse that does the work. im fuzzier on that though. im sure someone else knows.
Ah thanks! Maybe I'll have chase the morning Z over there one day and get some pictures.
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