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Photo by Mike Danneman
Westbound at Fir, Colorado, San Luis and Rio Grande 2-6-0 hauls a photo freight over La Veta Pass on September 20, 2007

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Photo by Mike Danneman

Westbound at Fir, Colorado, San Luis and Rio Grande 2-6-0 hauls a photo freight over La Veta Pass on September 20, 2007

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Photo by Tim Stevens
CN SD70M-2s 8909 and 8939 hustle a Chicago-Robert’s Bank stack train past the overlook at Windy Point.

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CN SD70M-2s 8909 and 8939 hustle a Chicago-Robert’s Bank stack train past the overlook at Windy Point.

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Photo by Tim Stevens
After meeting a westbound at Henry House, L513’s train creeps up to the light prior to departing with work at Swan Landing and Hinton.

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After meeting a westbound at Henry House, L513’s train creeps up to the light prior to departing with work at Swan Landing and Hinton.

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Photo by P.F.O.
Two of the original four FT demonstrators rest at DeButts yard shop after a refresher paint job by Norfolk Southern.

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Two of the original four FT demonstrators rest at DeButts yard shop after a refresher paint job by Norfolk Southern.

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Photo by Dan Tweedle
The Woodstock Job returns to Woodstock yard after setting off and lifting some cars at W. Coakley for CP.

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The Woodstock Job returns to Woodstock yard after setting off and lifting some cars at W. Coakley for CP.

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Photo by Robert Pasini

Last of the Lightning StripesThe last two Delaware & Hudson painted locomotives on Canadian Pacific’s roster lead local D45 north toward Saratoga. The lengthy train is passing through the “concrete canyon” in the median of I-787. The historic D&H Building provides a fitting backdrop on this cloudy morning. This building was constructed in stages from 1914 to 1918 and housed D&H corporate headquarters until the early 70s. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as an administration building for the State University of New York (SUNY).

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Photo by Robert Pasini

Last of the Lightning Stripes
The last two Delaware & Hudson painted locomotives on Canadian Pacific’s roster lead local D45 north toward Saratoga. The lengthy train is passing through the “concrete canyon” in the median of I-787. The historic D&H Building provides a fitting backdrop on this cloudy morning. This building was constructed in stages from 1914 to 1918 and housed D&H corporate headquarters until the early 70s. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as an administration building for the State University of New York (SUNY).

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Photo by Chi Hyun Ayi
Santa Fe 3751 at Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal

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Santa Fe 3751 at Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal

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Photo by Walter Scriptunas
The immaculately kept Dixiana is dwarfed by the massive redwoods as she rolls downgrade over the Indian Creek trestle. The Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad’s Dixiana Shay No. 1 was built in 1912 by the Lima Locomotive Works and acquired by the railroad in 1962 from the Coal Processing Co. of Dixiana, Virginia. The engine went into service for the RC&BTRR railroad when it opened in 1963.

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The immaculately kept Dixiana is dwarfed by the massive redwoods as she rolls downgrade over the Indian Creek trestle. The Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad’s Dixiana Shay No. 1 was built in 1912 by the Lima Locomotive Works and acquired by the railroad in 1962 from the Coal Processing Co. of Dixiana, Virginia. The engine went into service for the RC&BTRR railroad when it opened in 1963.

spoktrop:

watchtheskytonight:

This was just cool all by itself…but keep watching

I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT

spoktrop:

watchtheskytonight:

This was just cool all by itself…but keep watching

I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT