RailPictures.Net Photo: LMX 8537 LMX GE B39-8E (Dash 8-39BE) at Barstow, California by Craig Walker
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» GE B39-8E (Dash 8-39BE) (more..)
» BNSF Needles Subdivision 
» Barstow, California, USA (more..)
» March 26, 1997
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» LMX 8537 (more..)
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Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway train H-KCRI1-23 rolls into Barstow, where the crew that has handled this train across the Needles Sub, having boarded in Needles, will get off to allow a fresh crew to take over for the next leg of the trip to Richmond, in northern California's Bay Area. This train and its eclectic variety of locomotives originated in Argentine Yard in Kansas City KS, where the scenery is a little different than here in the Mojave Desert. GE Rail Services (with a reporting mark of LMX) Dash 8-39BE 8537 is teamed with Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe SD40-2 5035, Conrail Dash 8-40C 6027, Morrison-Knudsen Maintenance (MKM) F45 5954 (ex-ATSF 5954, ex-ATSF 5904, née-ATSF 1904) and Kansas City Southern SD60 714 have brought this freight across the Mojave Desert, with sixteen BN coil steel cars right behind the power, followed by a nice mix of other freight cars behind that. Yet to be renumbered into the BNSF numbering scheme, Santa Fe SD40-2 is the only "home road" unit in this consist. (Barstow, California – March 26, 1997)
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