BNSF 9683 Waiting on the Hannibal Subdivision At Clarksville, MO

BNSF 9683 (an EMD SD70MAC) is serving as the distributed power unit (DPU) on a northbound empty coal drag. Rail traffic this day on BNSF's Hannibal Subdivision was busy, and there were a number of trains, including this one, waiting for traffic to clear. Here is a link to another photograph of one of the trains that was waiting to proceed north.

BNSF 9683, at this time, was still painted in Burlington Northern's executive paint scheme.

May 26, 2005. Clarksville, MO.
Photo © Tom Gatermann.

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