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Date: 10/22/04 16:28
Weather contest entries (6)
Author: St.Croix334

1. E&LS 1224 west explodes through a snowbank at Rockland, MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan's snow belt where an "average year" means a dramatic show of snowfighting on the line to Ontonagon.




Date: 10/22/04 16:32
Re: Weather contest entries (6)
Author: St.Croix334

2. Fall rainstorms swirl overhead while a CN train takes the old DW&P line north towards Canada at Munger, MN.





Date: 10/22/04 16:47
Re: Weather contest entries (6)
Author: St.Croix334

3. CN 5352 east, a potash extra, rolls through a snowy landscape at New Richmond, WI.





Date: 10/22/04 16:53
Re: Weather contest entries (6)
Author: St.Croix334

4. A westbound manifest freight on the Union Pacific (ex-CNW) Adams line progresses through a downpour at North Lake, WI.




Date: 10/22/04 16:57
Re: Weather contest entries (6)
Author: St.Croix334

5. Combining falling snow with loose snow on the ground an eastbound BNSF stack train generates a ground blizzard at Alma, WI.




Date: 10/22/04 17:04
Re: Weather contest entries (6)
Author: St.Croix334

6. BNSF 967 eases a train westward through Fountain City, WI as residents and businesspeople work to protect the town from the Mississippi River which has left its banks during the spring 2001 flood.




Date: 10/22/04 21:34
Re: Weather contest entries (6)
Author: DaveD

St.Croix334 Wrote:
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> 3. CN 5352 east, a potash extra, rolls through a
> snowy landscape at New Richmond, WI.


They're all good, but this one is great... The red nose really stands out.

Dave
Los Angeles, CA
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Date: 10/23/04 10:30
Wet and Soaked
Author: cozephyr

The BEST Rain photo is your westbound manifest freight on the Union Pacific on the ex-CNW Adams line at North Lake, WI. I'm going to have to get a towel after that drenching.



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