Through the Signal Bridge



May 26, 2005. Wyaconda, Missouri.

A Union Pacific double-stack train heads east on BNSF's Marceline Subdivision. This train is a trackage rights train, which Union Pacific operates on BNSF tracks. The train is heading toward the Chicago area.

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  1. You caught the colorful fun for sure!

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  2. Thanks Ann Kennedy. Those containers do add a lot of nice color to the image.

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  3. Looks like it just squeezed under the signals. As per Ann, nice and colourful

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  4. Thanks, Jim Robertson. It does look like a tight fit, but there was plenty of room to spare! Unfortunately, these old Santa Fe style signal bridges on this line are all gone. The signal bridges always made for some nice framing.

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  5. Very colorful capture with those containers. :-)

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  6. Thank you, Shelly Gunderson! I think if it wasn't for the colors of the containers, this image would be rather boring.

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  7. Not as tight of a squeeze as it looks, christopher coleman. The compression from the telephoto lens makes it look more compact than it really was.

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  8. What a brilliant capture, Tom! Glad you got everything imported like you wanted.

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