RailPictures.Net Photo: BNSF 6800 BNSF Railway EMD SD40-2 at Cyr, Montana by Mike Danneman
 
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» BNSF Railway (more..)
» EMD SD40-2 (more..)
» Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision (more..)
» Cyr, Montana, USA (more..)
» September 23, 2006
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A westbound BNSF Denver to Tacoma stack train rumbles through Cyr, Montana, on the afternoon of September 23, 2006. The train is powered by a pair of EMD SD40-2s painted in Heritage I livery, with lead locomotive No. 6800 the former Santa Fe “snoot” No. 5116.
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