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those engines are probably going to a yard further down the tracks to move and transport the other cars to the proper destination. chances are since you see that same line up its a local engine owned by the local track going to the closest train yard you could think of...

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those engines are probably going to a yard further down the tracks to move and transport the other cars to the proper destination. chances are since you see that same line up its a local engine owned by the local track going to the closest train yard you could think of...

 

yeah i was just curious because im on the east coast , and we dont really see that many bnsf engines . its such an odd mish mosh , i think theres a conrail engine on that line as well (the line is a csx mainline from our local "main csx yard" to the big swithing yard up river (and to all points in between etc..) out of curiosity , is this common out west? or is this just one of those things...

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I'm in the midwest and saw my first BNSF here yesterday. I saw them further west but never here til about 11pm last night.

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