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Date: 06/04/19 04:20
BNSF Train with TexRail DMU delivery
Author: cozephyr

TexRail commuter car delivery via BNSF's Pikes Peak Subdivision.  Video-NO sound-TexRail, Stadler FLIRT (Fast Light Intercity and Regional Train; German: Flinker Leichter Intercity- und Regional-Triebzug) is a passenger multiple unit trainset made by Stadler Rail of Switzerland. The baseline design of FLIRT is a electric multiple unit articulated trainset that can come in units of two to twelve cars with two to six motorized axles.  Built at Salt Lake City, UT,  plant.  Transported by BNSF Utah to Texas.

TEXRail (also known as the Tarrant Express Railway) is a commuter rail line in Tarrant County, Texas, United States that provides service between downtown Fort Worth and DFW International Airport via Grapevine and other Tarrant County communities. It is operated by Trinity Metro (formerly Fort Worth Transportation Authority) and started service on 10 January 2019.

BNSF's Denver to Pueblo, Colorado, was sitting at LoDo Siding, Denver, CO, 3 June 2019.  Denver RTD light rail train was headed for Denver Union Station stop.  Two BNSF northbound trains behind BNSF 3830.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/04/19 04:23 by cozephyr.

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