Old 03-21-2011, 06:55 AM   #1
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Hi had these sent to me by a friend the email that had been forwarded said BNSF hot box. Just wondering if anyone else caught the action.

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That was less then a 1/2 mile to nice derailment, Don't know what you mean by caught the action.
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There must have been plenty of activity surrounding this [cranes, railroad mech people, emergency services etc] would of made an interesting shot.
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Yea By the way the photo showed it cooling off it had to be one of the guys on the train shot the photos. There is a lot of ways to get that fixed and your right about it making a scene. A lot can go on in the USA with out a railfan seeing it.
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