RailPictures.Net Photo: BNSF 3997 BNSF Railway GE ET44C4 at Boulder, Colorado by John Crisanti
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GE ET44C4 (more..)
BNSF's Front Range Subdivision (more..)
Boulder, Colorado, USA (more..)
December 07, 2016
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BNSF 3997 (more..)
Q-ALTPTL6-06F (more..)
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The Blue Hour has arrived as it begins to snow once again and the temperature continues to drop. Seen here, BNSF ET44C4 No. 3997 leads the daily hot Alliance, Texas to Portland, Oregon Q-Train out of Boulder, Colorado on December 7, 2016.
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