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Lots of trains running these days. A quick trip to Missouri Valley yielded 3 with 2 more on the way. Just stayed an hour but gota coal train, intermodal and and a train of oil cans. Usually we see these on the BNSF. The CSX was parked with the Ex-SP unit at Council Bluffs. Could be symbolicly titled "East and west coast join in middle of the country". Or not.
UP 4047 and a NS Unit lead the oil cans
Still a bunch of parked locomotives in Missouri Valley IA
East meets west
Nice shots Tom. I have seen a lot of foreign power on the UP and BNSF lately. I have also seen a lot of foreign power in Council Bluffs too.
The "Power Shortage" has been great! Not only lots of foreign power but also a bunch of old stuff out there on the road! good stuff Tom!
Yep, same out here. Lots of foreign and old stuff. Great for us!
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