Posted by Kelly Lynch on November 17, 2013 
Nicely done, Steve. Tells the story like few others I've seen!
Posted by Kurt Lawson on November 18, 2013 
Agreed. Excellent image Steve.
Posted by Eric Williams on November 18, 2013 
The first shot of this move that doesn't need a caption…nicely seen and composed!
Posted by Jim Thias on November 18, 2013 
Great image, Steve. While probably a very slow process, I'm sure it would still be very interesting to watch.
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on November 18, 2013 
Well done, Steve, feels like were were there! Well, no. :(
Posted by Steve Crise on November 18, 2013 
Thank you guys! Appreciate the kind words! More images of this incredible event to follow over the next few weeks.
Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on November 18, 2013 
Very cool. Thanks for sharing for those who could not be there in person. As Kelly said, a shot that tells the story unlike others posted.
Posted by klokan on November 18, 2013 
In Cheyenne is currently 4004. So it means that in Cheyenne will be two BIG BOYS? I guess both are inoperable...
Posted by Dana M. on November 18, 2013 
A modern return to the old days of the track gang! Gandy dancers at their finest. Keep up the great work guys, when "he's" back running the rails again, you're hard job will have been worth it! I wish I could be there in person to watch the action! I'd be willing to get my hands dirty and assist if I were given the chance.
Posted by Jeff Youst on November 18, 2013 
As cool as all these photos have been, I'm just real surprised to not see air and / or hydraulic tools being employed to speed up the process of this effort. What methods are being employed to guide the gang in their alignment as they traverse the parking lot? Did somebody use a really big Sharpie and lay down a center line? Keep 'em coming!
Posted by Mitch Goldman on November 19, 2013 
I'll second Eric's thoughts - well done, Steve!
Posted by Steve Carter on November 19, 2013 
Great composition and use of depth of field! Hope someone has set up to do a time lapse video of it moving across the parking lot.
Posted by Jim Powell on November 22, 2013 
Sometimes it is too much trouble to get the modern tools out for quick jobs. If the man had been using the correct wrench to loosen the bolts he wouldn't be struggling so bad.
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