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Date: 07/31/21 14:05
Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: jmulhol2

BNSF #6872 and #7944 lead a 1x1 southbound half-loaded, half-empty blade train underneath a pedestrian walk bridge in Fort Collins, CO, ~MP72 on the BNSF Front Range Subdivision just before noon of 07/31/2021.








Date: 07/31/21 14:10
Re: Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: rrpreservation

Thank you for sharing your shots!!!



Date: 07/31/21 14:11
Re: Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: jmulhol2

You are most welcome! 



Date: 07/31/21 14:41
Re: Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: bbaker

Nice photos, but for those of us that don't know what a "1x1" train is- you should explain.

BB



Date: 07/31/21 15:05
Re: Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: jmulhol2

Sorry for the confusion! 1x1 = one engine up front and one engine in back. 



Date: 08/01/21 10:44
Re: Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: texchief1

Nice shots!

RC Lundgren
Elgin, TX



Date: 08/01/21 12:11
Re: Blade train in Fort Collins, CO, on the BNSF Front Range Sub
Author: jmulhol2

texchief1 Wrote:
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> Nice shots!
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> RC Lundgren
> Elgin, TX

Thank you! 



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