After making a set-out at Freeport, M338 heads east to meet M33791 at Seward.
An extra Eastbound from Freeport to Hawthorne pulls into the siding at Seward where it will meet a Westbound train. As far as I know, this is the first time an EJ&E has led on the Freeport Sub.
This ex-CNW unit is still used by the elevator at Seward to load grain trains. This unit originally came to C&NW from Precision National in February 1981 as an ex-CRI&P unit. This high nose unit ... (more)
After discovering this unit on RP, I just had to see it for myself. It looked good basking in the late day sun, just off the CN main in Seward.
CNW 4120 sits at Seward being charged for it's next assignment.
From behind at an angle you can see a bar strung across the engine bay doors. An odd and unique feature added to 4120.
A close up look at 4120 now working as a switching engine for a local grain company.