Monday, March 24, 2014

Trackside with a Komen and Ole Blue

CN 2186 working hard in the "A" Yard.

A fast and furious "Z" train at 26th Street SW.

Minutes later, another "Z" train behind him. This one was the daily westbound "bird".

UP 7400, the Pink Ribbon unit pushes toward its train, M-BVBO to ready itself for its westward trek.

One more westbound before M-BVBO departs. Westbound coal train with the Pink Ribbon unit waiting in the wings.

At 1105 hours, train M-BVBO departs for Boone. Later on this train will become M-BOCB when it departs Boone.

Video of M-BVBO's departure--

A very, very short L563 rolls north thru the countryside north of Robins, IA with an ex LMS on the point, still in Conrail blue colors.
Video below.

Back to the city and an eastbound Rack 'n' Stack train at MP 78.

Brand new TTX 40' container wells.

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