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Photo ID: 646242

BNSF 3029 and mate handle switching chores at the Imerys Minerals diatomaceous earth plant at Quincy. The Spud Local, as it is locally known, operates from Appleyard, Wenatchee on weekdays serving... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD GP40
Location: Quincy, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 3029
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: January 09, 2018


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By: Bill Edgar

Added: Jan 28, 2018

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Photo ID: 564349

The Spud Local which is a five day per week job that originates in Appleyard (Wenatchee), WA, is seen returning from Quincy behind X-CBQ GP40, BNSF 3017 and a former Santa Fe GP40X. The train typi... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD GP40
Location: Cresent Bar, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 3017
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: September 22, 2015


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By: Bill Edgar

Added: Feb 03, 2016

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Photo ID: 561489

The Spud Local eases to a stop at the east end of Appleyard while a Boeing train rolls up the main on the left. Both trains will stop short of switch one while the SPOEVE enters the yard from the ... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD GP40
Location: Wenatchee, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 3010
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: December 31, 2015


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By: Bill Edgar

Added: Jan 09, 2016

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Photo ID: 517455

The westbound Spud local approaches Malaga, WA on its return from Quincy and a day's switching work. The local operates as a turn between Appleyard (Wenatchee) and Quincy, with occasional side tri... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD GP40
Location: Malaga, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 3010
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: January 19, 2015


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By: Bill Edgar

Added: Feb 03, 2015

Views: 1,659
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Photo ID: 516329

The westbound Spud Local has finished switching Quincy, WA and is beginning its journey back to Wenatchee's Appleyard. The industry behind the train is Witco Chemical's diatomaceous earth plant wh... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD GP40
Location: Quincy, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 3010
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: January 19, 2015


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By: Bill Edgar

Added: Jan 27, 2015

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Photo ID: 516327

The Spud Local heads east dodging in and out of morning fog along the Columbia River. The local originates in Appleyard (Wenatchee) and makes weekday runs to work the agricultural industries at Qu... (more)

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: EMD GP50
Location: Rock Island, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 3130
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: January 19, 2015


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By: Bill Edgar

Added: Jan 27, 2015

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Photo ID: 280918

BN 2085, the "Pacific Pride II" unit, leads the "Spud Local" west down the curvaceous terrain of Trinidad, WA, on its return from Quincy back to Appleyard in Wenatchee. 2085 received a BNSF H1 re... (more)

Railroad: Burlington Northern Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP38-2
Location: Trinidad, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: BN 2085
Train ID: Spud Local
Photo Date: January 18, 2000


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By: Nick A. Kaminski

Added: Apr 22, 2009

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