Posted by Dave Schauer on March 29, 2018 
Liking the ultra wide take on this classic location.
Posted by Nigel Curtis on March 30, 2018 
Prototype for everything department
Posted by Scott Marsh on March 30, 2018 
Nicely shot Mike.
Posted by Steve Larson on March 30, 2018 
GREAT angle to have this photo from.
Posted by Mr. Soo Line on March 30, 2018 
The number board on the conductor's side is pretty funky. The "6" is an upside down, "9" and the two "8"s are upside down also.
Posted by Ed L on April 3, 2018 
One of the best diamond shots ever.
Posted by C.M.St.P.& P. on April 3, 2018 
This one really exemplifies railroading. I can't help but to imagine the smell of the grease, creosote, and exhaust, the whine of the traction motors, the roar of the prime movers, the hard rattles over the diamond, and not to mention the multiple F-unit ghosts of the Chicago Great Western that would smoke up the bore on their way up and out of the Mississippi River valley.
Posted by Mitch Goldman on April 4, 2018 
Wild shot at a classic location. Never realized until just now, despite being there once before, that the tracks crossing the main are from the main, branching off and tunneling under less than 2,500 feet south.
Posted by Bob Keller on April 5, 2018 
Ha! If someone saw that on a model railroad it would be proclaimed as being unrealistic! Great photo.
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