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Fort Collins ready to seek railroad quite zone downtown.  A train crosses Oak Street in Old Town, where city officials hope to establish a quiet zone where trains would no longer be required to sound their horns.

Fort Collins ready to seek railroad quite zone downtown. A train crosses Oak Street in Old Town, where city officials hope to establish a quiet zone where trains would no longer be required to sound their horns.

BNSF's Snoqualmie Pass

BNSF's recently renamed observation car Snoqualmie Pass pulls up the markers on the O-TOPWEL on April From nearly any angle, these cars look great, even in sub-standard lighting.

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RailPictures.Net Photo: C&NW 411 Chicago & North Western Railroad EMD F7(A) at Union, Illinois by Kevin Andrusia

RailPictures.Net Photo: C&NW 411 Chicago & North Western Railroad EMD F7(A) at Union, Illinois by Kevin Andrusia

Two battle weary Southern Railway veterans, one wearing a new tuxedo lay over at the Old Yard in Spencer NC. No doubt this isn`t the first time either of these have been to this yard or have met each other.

Two battle weary Southern Railway veterans, one wearing a new tuxedo lay over at the Old Yard in Spencer NC. No doubt this isn`t the first time either of these have been to this yard or have met each other.

BNSF Remote Controlled SD40-2 Snoot Nose # 1902

BNSF Remote Controlled SD40-2 Snoot Nose # 1902

CNW 411 Chicago & North Western Railroad EMD F7(A) at Union, Illinois by BNSF ES44DC

CNW 411 Chicago & North Western Railroad EMD F7(A) at Union, Illinois by BNSF ES44DC

BNSF 5315 runs north on Mason at the Maple Street crossing.

BNSF 5315 runs north on Mason at the Maple Street crossing.

One of the regulars on the BNSF Front Range Sub. are the molten sulfur trains. These trains run between Bonneville, WY and Galveston, TX. Here is a southbound loaded sulfur train heading out of Fort Collins at Trilby Road. The bungalow just ahead of the locomotive is the talking defect detector at MP 67.8.

One of the regulars on the BNSF Front Range Sub. are the molten sulfur trains. These trains run between Bonneville, WY and Galveston, TX. Here is a southbound loaded sulfur train heading out of Fort Collins at Trilby Road. The bungalow just ahead of the locomotive is the talking defect detector at MP 67.8.

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