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Photo ID: 603211

The crewman of FRVR 2402 gives CNW 8511 a wave as the loaded coal train heads to the junction at St. Francis in April of 1993. It would seem unusual that they would put the coal train ahead of the... (more)

Railroad: Chicago & North Western Railroad
Locomotive: GE C40-8 (Dash 8-40C)
Location: St. Francis, Wisconsin, USA
Locomotive #: CNW 8511
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April, 1993


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By: Greg Mross

Added: Jan 15, 2017

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Photo ID: 436813

Union Pacific's OMIGV (Minnetac to Geneva iron ore train) snakes through Grant Tower in Salt Lake City.

Railroad: Chicago & North Western Railroad
Locomotive: GE C40-8 (Dash 8-40C)
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Locomotive #: CNW 8511
Train ID: OMIGV
Photo Date: May 10, 1997


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By: James Belmont

Added: May 21, 2013

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Photo ID: 161481

Empties headed back to Wyoming cross the Kate Shelly bridge.

Railroad: Chicago & North Western Railroad
Locomotive: GE C40-8 (Dash 8-40C)
Location: Boone, Iowa, USA
Locomotive #: CNW 8511
Train ID: PPROX
Photo Date: February 20, 1994


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By: Ray Peacock-www.heartlandrails.com

Added: Oct 10, 2006

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Photo ID: 32376

Eastbound

Railroad: Chicago & North Western Railroad
Locomotive: GE C40-8 (Dash 8-40C)
Location: Nevada, Iowa, USA
Locomotive #: CNW 8511
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February 26, 1994


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By: Thomas Wencl

Added: Sep 16, 2003

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