Extremely wide photographs of trains

BNSF 6318 rounding the curve west of Fremont, Nebraska

While preparing for a new site design I had to come up with a new header image for my website. I went through my photos and found some awesome wide shots.

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Old CNW sighting and BNSF scheme – Notes From Nebraska

From Grant, my Nebraska correspondent, back on May 30th of this year (yes, I’m a little behind): GRANT: One my way home from work Wednesday, I got to see another red/silver Santa Fe engine North of Fremont as well as a dark green, red and cream BNSF. I also got to see the Union Pacific […]

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Video of Griswold Signals at 22nd Ave NE

Griswold rotating banner signal at 22nd St NE in Minneapolis

This is related to my previous post about the dentist office trip yielding a rare find. While snapping a few pics I also captured some video of the area for later reference. This is the second location explore video in what seems to be the start of a series. In the video: A view of […]

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Continuing on with YouTube… another BNSF (but less windy)

BNSF train on west side of Fremont, Nebraska

Here is the second of four videos shot on my trip capturing BNSF 6318 (a GE ES44AC) and BNSF 9204 (an EMD SD70ACe) pulling a nice collection of covered hoppers and tankers. I was so ecstatic blogging about my first video posted to YouTube, I didn’t really think about telling the story. When I was […]

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My first YouTube video… it involves trains!

BNSF 2828 and BNSF 1503 approaching Highway 91 north of Nickerson, Nebraska

I finally uploaded my first video to YouTube and yes, it involves trains! This is one of four videos captured on March 31, 2010, when Grant and I were train watching in Fremont, Nebraska. This was recorded at the Highway 91 Burlington Northern and Santa Fe crossing north of Nickerson, Nebraska. BNSF 2828 (GP39-2M) and […]

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Interesting Switching

In my last post I mentioned blogging this time about a new program that helps organize photos three dimensionally. Well, June and July are my busiest months at work, which spills into my personal time, so needless to say I haven’t done all the research I would like before posting on such a topic. However, since it […]

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