RailPictures.Net Photo: NS 6920 Norfolk Southern SD60E at Harriman, Tennessee by Mark Ragan
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Norfolk Southern (more..)
SD60E (more..)
Harriman Junction (more..)
Harriman, Tennessee, USA (more..)
September 18, 2016
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
NS 6920 (more..)
NS 288 (more..)
Mark Ragan (more..)
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During the only span of sunlight throughout the entire day, 288 charges north into Harriman Junction with a dynamic duo of locomotives. The "Honoring our Veterans" SD60E and Southern 8099 are heading up this train, making it the star of the CNO&TP for the entirety of the trip.
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