RailPictures.Net Photo: BCOL 4610 British Columbia Railway GE C40-8M (Dash 8-40CM) at Whiteside, Tennessee by KD Rail Photography
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British Columbia Railway (more..)
GE C40-8M (Dash 8-40CM) (more..)
CSX Chattanooga Sub (more..)
Whiteside, Tennessee, USA (more..)
November 07, 2017
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
BCOL 4610 (more..)
CSX Z345-07 (NS 117) (more..)
Kerry Douglas (more..)
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A Rare Bird Around These Parts The haulage right CSX Z345-07 (NS 117) is about .7 miles at the crest of Raccoon Mountain grade just north of the TN/GA Stateline in Whiteside, TN (MP J-139.8 Whiteside) on the CSX Chattanooga Sub. Once the long manifest conquer the grade the two generation of GE locomotives will go into dynamic braking to keep the train at a safe speed while holding the tonnage back. Once the manifest get to the bottom of the mountain, it will continue north on the Subdivision where the designated train will get back on NS Trackage in Stevenson, then it's off to Sheffield Classification Yard in Sheffield, AL.
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