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Date: 08/31/19 11:51
something different (at least for me)
Author: goneon66

i have seen very FEW multiple dpu'd trains consisting mostly of domestic stacks.  most dpu'd domestic stack trains i see are configured 3x2.

this morning i caught this 2x2x1 w/b stack train consisting mostly of domestic stacks.  the location is east of downtown kingman on the bnsf's seligman sub...................

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/31/19 11:59 by goneon66.

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Date: 08/31/19 14:06
Re: something different (at least for me)
Author: mapboy

Nicely done!  I like the way it disappears around the corner!  The most likely symbol is Q NWHLAC6, what with all the Schneider and CSX boxes, plenty of marine boxes and the Q NWHLAC6 has been running 2x2 a lot.  I haven't seen a multiple dpu'd Q or Z before.  I did see a 3x2x0 Z WSPSBD7 in May and a Z in June.

mapboy



Date: 08/31/19 15:15
Re: something different (at least for me)
Author: Mudrock

Excellant way to end a video!

Chris



Date: 08/31/19 16:02
Re: something different (at least for me)
Author: goneon66

you da man mapboy!  thanks for the symbol info.  the only time i have seen a bnsf z train dpu'd was last winter.  the 3x2 q trains are pretty common.........

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Date: 08/31/19 16:06
Re: something different (at least for me)
Author: Ritzville

Thanks for another interesting video of a Long train with lots of power and a curve ending.

Larry



Date: 08/31/19 21:51
Re: something different (at least for me)
Author: mapboy

goneon66 Wrote:
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> you da man mapboy!  thanks for the symbol info. 
> the only time i have seen a bnsf z train dpu'd was
> last winter.  the 3x2 q trains are pretty
> common.........
>
> 66

Keep in mind that's a likely symbol, not confirmation.

mapboy



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