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Reno Local - UNION PACIFIC
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 Posted: Sat Nov 10th, 2007 02:19 am
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Reno Local getting an air test on the cars picked up at Panther.  We were headed for Sparks NV.

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Great shot:thumb::thumb::thumb:



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Thanks loggeron30. :bg:

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It was decided that two SD40-2's was too much power.  So down to one unit, until it crapped out and they had to use a new big DPU unit for a couple days. 



Sure is dirty.  :)

 

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That's a great shot. Thanks. Keep them coming.



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Same crossing, just shot from the other side at the top of the hill.  This time they had two units and were going back to Sparks.

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Caught another local heading back to Sparks. 

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Nice pics!  Sorry that I'm a bit slow in telling you that!



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Ha ha, not to worry, I'm even slower at responding, judging by the last post date.  Thank you.  I lost a lot of my book marks when I had a virus crash the computer.  So after some searching I think I've found all but 2 web pages I used to read regularly.

 

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WOW !

Some great dirty diesels in these modern pix.

Nice rail & road & landscape details as well.

:moose:

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