RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 6499 Union Pacific GE AC4400CW at Fults, Illinois by Jake Branson
 
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Union Pacific (more..)
GE AC4400CW (more..)
UP Chester Subdivision (more..)
Fults, Illinois, USA (more..)
March 29, 2015
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UP 6499 (more..)
UP CIMNA9 28 (more..)
Jake Branson (more..)
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UP 6499 brings up the rear of CIMNA9 28 as the residual effects of a colorful sunset drape across the southern Illinois sky.
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