Southbound ISRR Loaded Coal Train Editors Pick! Contributor's Pick!       
The coal train rolls past the out of service Newburgh Spur on the Squaw Creek Southern led by an ISRR GP40 Slug Set.
Date: 4/26/2008 Location: Boonville, IN   Map Show Boonville on a rail map Views: 793 Collection Of:   Zach Pumphery
Locomotives: ISRR 4037(GP40) ISRR 4162(Road Slug) ISRR 4042(GP40)    Author:  Zach Pumphery
Southbound ISRR Loaded Coal Train
Picture Categories: This picture is part of album:  April 2008 in SEMO and Beyond
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Name Type Comments Date
G Hall General Sweet photo. A nice change from the coal trains through St. Louis. Aint no DPU necessary on this one. 4/29/2008 10:13:47 PM
Alex Vaughn General Reminds me of some lawn mower paint jobs I've seen. :-U 4/30/2008 12:00:07 AM
David Mead General A very odd combination of livery - at first I thought the brown was grime and brake dust but closer inspection reveals its the paintwork. There is something I must say Zach, you certainly have a variety of colors on your trains and there's never a dull moment! Good scene and well captured. 4/30/2008 8:55:08 AM
David Stewart General Awesome catch Zach! great shot too... I have always wanted to get these guys, But never have had the chance. I like the old L&N Alco slug with the new Blomberg trucks. I guess this is the last one from the former L&N units still being used. 5/26/2008 1:36:12 AM
George Redmond General Excellent Shot. 5/26/2008 11:17:29 AM
Jenny Vaughn General Nice one, Pump! I like the old rails in the foreground. 5/26/2008 11:31:33 PM
William H. Davis Jr. General Great shot 5/27/2008 9:05:10 PM
Dusty Thomson General The Brown on the units make them look dirty, however, great shot. 8/7/2008 1:57:50 PM

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