RailPictures.Net Photo: CSXT 8954 CSX Transportation (CSXT) EMD SD45-2 at Louisville, Kentucky by gundoc
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» CSX Transportation (CSXT) (more..)
» EMD SD45-2 (more..)
» CSX Louisville Terminal Sub, FX tower, Hiawatha Grade crossing 
» Louisville, Kentucky, USA (more..)
» March 14, 2004
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» CSXT 8954 (more..)
» Unknown
» gundoc (more..)
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Look at the face of the passenger in the truck. Also notice that the truck has a handicap parking permit on the mirror. He passed 4 cars waiting at the crossing and I would guess he was doing at least 40 across the tracks
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