Posted by Janusz Mrozek on September 11, 2013 
Love the tonality in the shot!
Posted by Sean Mathews on September 12, 2013 
Thank you. I appreciate it. It was a challenge, to say the least.
Posted by AL KUNOLD on September 12, 2013 
Fantastic shot . Overall coverage is great . Nicce consist . Al BNSF engr .
Posted by Sean Mathews on September 12, 2013 
Thank you Al. It is a very unique consist. Looks like it could be from the 70s or 80s.
Posted by Jacob J. Nelson on September 13, 2013 
Looking up some info online, it appears the BO 6240 belongs to the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway, hence why it looks so nice. Maybe it was going for some work somewhere when you took this photo.
Posted by on September 14, 2013 
Gorgeous photo. Love the soft light (even if it is backlit, which works very nicely here) and the colors are great.
Posted by Sean Mathews on September 15, 2013 
Thank you! I think the backlit only worked because it was a misty morning shot. I got lucky. I was 1.5 hours into a 4 hour drive and had just gassed up and got breakfast. That delay offered the shot. There was no prior planning. Sometimes luck works out that way.
Posted by on October 9, 2013 
There is another Chessie surviving, it's an SD18. It survived by chance.
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