Mar 26, 2015
Interesting to see their logo!
So, kinda' curious what that orange "#2" car is behind the power?
I would guess m-o-w. Judging by that door stop, it might possibly be an old double door.
.. Part of a trailing empty continuously welded rail work train!!
I was correct about it having two doors. (Plug/slide combo.) I also see a full ladder and at least part of the roof walk is still there.
Aaaah, that makes sense now. Thank you!
Can barely make out the "Norfolk & Western" on the side.
Pretty neat! The Atlanta, Birmingham and Coast was a hard luck road from the start, entering receivership in 1909 after its formation in 1905. It reorganized in 1916 and again went bust in 1921. It was bought by the ACL in 1927 after rumors of acquisition by the Frisco or SAL failed to materialize. The ACL fully absorbed the AB&C in 1946 and it was soon heavily rebuilt, becoming the ACL's Western Division. Somewhere I read that ACL men called the AB&C a "wooden axle railroad" because of its decrepit condition.
CP 8757, the “Every Child Matters” Unit leading CP B39-01 northbound.
B39: Savanna, IL-Mason City, IA
A)Maquoketa River-Green Island, IA
C)Dubuque Junction-Dubuque, IA
D)Edmore Siding-Dubuque, IA after working the Dubuque Yard.
December 1, 2021
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The corners between panels on the front seem to be a little bit more rounded on CP 8757 than on earlier GE's. Maybe it's the light.
Today in Clinton, Oklahoma.
All sorts of fun stuff in this shot-4 different locos in some pretty cool paint, and that Farmrail caboose is neat!
I like that Farmrail scene with 2 trestles.
Here's a scene with only one....
Milepost 8, BNSF Grenora Sub, near Lostwood, ND.
I'd never heard of J. M. Huber, but their corporate home page is impressive.
Thanks for your photo.
Sunrise this morning was outta control!
CP yard in Minot:
Columbia SC - June 2005