RailPictures.Net Photo: BN 8073 Burlington Northern Railroad EMD SD40-2 at Tehachapi, California by Amy Miller
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Burlington Northern Railroad (more..)
EMD SD40-2 (more..)
Tunnel 10 between Walong and Marcel (more..)
Tehachapi, California, USA (more..)
April 05, 1999
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
BN 8073 (more..)
Amy Miller (more..)
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Oops! Somebody should probably tell the helper crew that you shouldn't put empty flat cars between the helpers and loaded lumber cars.
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