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Scottsdale RR Museum / Union Pacific / BNSF

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Scottsdale-

Took a quick visit to the McCormick Railway Park in Scottsdale during the week. I visited this place last in February of 2008.

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Phoenix-

Ex-Southern Pacific, now Union Pacific 7135, with Ex-Cotton Belt, now Union Pacific 1972, hauling a small mixed consist through out downtown Phoenix into the Union Pacific Rail yard... Opposite the Parking Garages is Chase Field; Home of the AZ Diamondbacks..

Love this shot!

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He stopped on the tracks, and nobody said anything to him! :)

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The line from an aerial view

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Chase Field - Upper left hand corner

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Glendale-

Theses were 2 quick shots, I captured while driving yesterday.. About 9-12 BNSF Engine lash-up Train in Glendale...

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Zachary

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great shots as usual. You really must miss NYC.

 

Thanks Dude. I do miss NY, but I stay busy, which keeps me going down here :tup:

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Neat!! :eek:

 

That power move reminds me of the refuel moves done at hoboken terminal with 5-7 locos truckin' around back and fourth to pick them all up before going to the pump. :cool:

 

- A

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Nice shots. I would love to get me some freight railroad action. Speaking of the D'Backs, you gonna go to see them play the Mets this week?

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Holy ©hoo ©hoo batman nice pics indeed man 1972 looks like it's been around huh

 

Those locos sat around a bit, i bet it gets a cosmetic shop call within a year or so. Clean it up & put some paint on that exposed metal.

 

- A

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