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Big Boy Metal Sign featuring the artwork of Mark Karvon<br>#bigboy

Big Boy Metal Sign featuring the artwork of Mark Karvon#bigboyBig Boy Metal Sign-Historic RailCollected and endorsed by World War II veterans, Mark Karvon's artwork decorates the walls of museums, military bases, and even the Pentagon. His subjects ran...

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Updated: December 11, 2018 — 3:20 pm

Winter Dreamscape. The daily Selkirk to West Springfield manifest is about to emerge from the east portal of the State Line Tunnel on CSXT’s Berkshire Subdivision. This is the old Boston and Albany mainline, and this particular tunnel was bored in 1912. The adjacent bore dates from the line’s construction in 1840 (as the world’s first mountain railroad) but was abandoned in 1988 when Conrail single tracked part of the route. -Dave Blaze 12/08/18

Winter Dreamscape. The daily Selkirk to West Springfield manifest is about to emerge from the east portal of the State Line Tunnel on CSXT's Berkshire Subdivision. This is the old Boston and Albany mainline, and this particular tunnel was bored in 1912...

The post Winter Dreamscape. The daily Selkirk to West Springfield manifest is about to emerge from the east portal of the State Line Tunnel on CSXT’s Berkshire Subdivision. This is the old Boston and Albany mainline, and this particular tunnel was bored in 1912. The adjacent bore dates from the line’s construction in 1840 (as the world’s first mountain railroad) but was abandoned in 1988 when Conrail single tracked part of the route. -Dave Blaze 12/08/18 appeared first on Trains! Trains! Trains!.

Updated: December 11, 2018 — 2:09 pm

Photo – As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip from Kinder Morgan’s rail loading terminal in Edmonton, down the Leduc and Red Deer subdivisions into Calgary, and then onward down the Aldersyde and Montana subdivisions into the United States. The trains are handed over to BNSF in Sweetgrass, Montana, for forwarding to their final (unknown) destination. The trains are some 100 cars long and have two engines and a buffer car on the head end and a buffer car and rear remote engine on the tail end. Cor van Steenis caught one of these trains (SBD Train 560), going through Calgary on August 4th, 2018. www.canadianrailwayobservations.com

As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip fro...

The post Photo – As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip from Kinder Morgan’s rail loading terminal in Edmonton, down the Leduc and Red Deer subdivisions into Calgary, and then onward down the Aldersyde and Montana subdivisions into the United States. The trains are handed over to BNSF in Sweetgrass, Montana, for forwarding to their final (unknown) destination. The trains are some 100 cars long and have two engines and a buffer car on the head end and a buffer car and rear remote engine on the tail end. Cor van Steenis caught one of these trains (SBD Train 560), going through Calgary on August 4th, 2018. www.canadianrailwayobservations.com appeared first on Trains! Trains! Trains!.

Updated: December 11, 2018 — 12:32 pm

Photo – As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip from Kinder Morgan’s rail loading terminal in Edmonton, down the Leduc and Red Deer subdivisions into Calgary, and then onward down the Aldersyde and Montana subdivisions into the United States. The trains are handed over to BNSF in Sweetgrass, Montana, for forwarding to their final (unknown) destination. The trains are some 100 cars long and have two engines and a buffer car on the head end and a buffer car and rear remote engine on the tail end. Cor van Steenis caught one of these trains (SBD Train 560), going through Calgary on August 4th, 2018. www.canadianrailwayobservations.com

As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip fro...

The post Photo – As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip from Kinder Morgan’s rail loading terminal in Edmonton, down the Leduc and Red Deer subdivisions into Calgary, and then onward down the Aldersyde and Montana subdivisions into the United States. The trains are handed over to BNSF in Sweetgrass, Montana, for forwarding to their final (unknown) destination. The trains are some 100 cars long and have two engines and a buffer car on the head end and a buffer car and rear remote engine on the tail end. Cor van Steenis caught one of these trains (SBD Train 560), going through Calgary on August 4th, 2018. www.canadianrailwayobservations.com appeared first on Trains! Trains! Trains!.

Updated: December 11, 2018 — 12:31 pm

Photo – As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip from Kinder Morgan’s rail loading terminal in Edmonton, down the Leduc and Red Deer subdivisions into Calgary, and then onward down the Aldersyde and Montana subdivisions into the United States. The trains are handed over to BNSF in Sweetgrass, Montana, for forwarding to their final (unknown) destination. The trains are some 100 cars long and have two engines and a buffer car on the head end and a buffer car and rear remote engine on the tail end. Cor van Steenis caught one of these trains (SBD Train 560), going through Calgary on August 4th, 2018. www.canadianrailwayobservations.com

As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip fro...

The post Photo – As you recall Canadian Pacific announced a few months ago that it expected to be hauling more oil by train than in past years. Evidence of this increase can be seen across the country. In Alberta the daily crude oil trains can be seen on their trip from Kinder Morgan’s rail loading terminal in Edmonton, down the Leduc and Red Deer subdivisions into Calgary, and then onward down the Aldersyde and Montana subdivisions into the United States. The trains are handed over to BNSF in Sweetgrass, Montana, for forwarding to their final (unknown) destination. The trains are some 100 cars long and have two engines and a buffer car on the head end and a buffer car and rear remote engine on the tail end. Cor van Steenis caught one of these trains (SBD Train 560), going through Calgary on August 4th, 2018. www.canadianrailwayobservations.com appeared first on Trains! Trains! Trains!.

Updated: December 11, 2018 — 12:31 pm

Photo – SOME DISTRIBUTED POWER: Tail end DPU CN 3815 Train #316 Belleville, ON December 6th 2018. (Ron Visockis) www.canadianrailwayobservations.com

SOME DISTRIBUTED POWER: Tail end DPU CN 3815 Train #316 Belleville, ON December 6th 2018. (Ron Visockis) www.canadianrailwayobservations.com

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Updated: December 11, 2018 — 12:27 pm

Photo – The Gold Coast Railroad Museum http://tinyurl.com/sre-GCRM in Miami, FL is hosting Polar Express runs this year, and has fully decked out the museum.

The Gold Coast Railroad Museum http://tinyurl.com/sre-GCRM in Miami, FL is hosting Polar Express runs this year, and has fully decked out the museum.

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Updated: December 11, 2018 — 12:17 pm
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