Posted by Jake McGarvie on June 19, 2012 
Wow! this picture takes your breath away. Talk about a pile of scrap. I wonder what the price of scrap metal was in 1982?
Posted by cmdrflake on June 19, 2012 
The SD40-2 on the bottom is 6600, which was a trade in replacing 766, which had been wrecked in 1979. This unit was sent to EMD again, becoming 6617. I would have been wary of her, but she's still at it more than thirty years later.
Posted by on June 20, 2012 
High speed and poor judgement
Posted by Frank Shimkets on June 20, 2012 
Man! Some people gripe about all the rules and regs of the rail, but the above is what happens when the rules are not followed. Glad no one was killed! That is one scarey looking scene!
Posted by J. Randall Banks on June 20, 2012 
Talk about your nasty wrecks. Amazing shot.
Posted by ChevelleSSguy on June 25, 2012 
Without any photos of this. I dont think anyone would actually belive a wreck like that happened. Wow.
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