Photos donated by Jerry Litynski:
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On 22 April 2010, this image of idle CSX Engine No. 1, "The Spirit of West Virgina," was taken in the general area of the McDuffie Coal Terminal, located about two miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 117 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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One photo of CSX Engine No. 7325, handling the lead engine duties of a CSX freight train, on 9 July 2010.

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On 3 Nov. 2009, this image of CSX Engine No. 5297 was taken in a urban *tunnel* -- the rail tracks that run underneath the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center, in downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA. This area of rail is a strict NO HORN area.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 122 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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A working caboose, photographed in the CSX railroad yards, just north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 9 July 2010.

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This photo of Union Pacific Engine No. 5077 was taken on 9 July 2010, behind the Kimberly Clark paper mill. This area is just south of the Mobile River railroad bridge: the train was heading south into the Mobile, Alabama-USA, freight yards.

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A Railfan sidewalk here! This image was taken in the area of the cruise boat dock-parking garage in downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 9 July 2010. CSX Engine No. 831 was leading this north-bound freight train.

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One image of GT locomotive No. 5820, taken on 9 July 2010, near the CSX railroad area north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

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A image of CSX Engine No. 4539 (with the nice No Horn sign added) heading into downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, taken on 19 March 2010.

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On the active rails, this image of CSX Engine No. 516 was taken several hundred yards south of the main CSX yard area, close to downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 21 July 2009.

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Sporting a set of mis-matched body panels: this image of GWSR Engine No. 4027 was taken in the Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway [AGRR] rail hub, north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 19 July 2009.

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Sporting mis-matched body panels -- this image of GWSR Engine No. 4027 was taken in the Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway [AGRR] rail hub, north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 19 July 2009.

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One Terminal Railway locomotive (No. 802) bearing the "City of Florence" name, was photographed on 5 March 2009, in the McDuffie Coal Terminal area, south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

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One photo of CSX Engine No. 5963 running south towards the Mobile, Alabama-USA, rail hub. The train was behind the paper mill (plant) -- shortly after crossing the Mobile River RR bridge, on 8 Sept. 2010.

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One image of north-bound CSX Engine No. 5959 that was taken just south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 8 Sept. 2010.

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A single-locomotive freight, pulled by Union Pacific Engine No. 5319. The train was headed north, not far from the Mobile River RR bridge, on 8 Sept. 2010.

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One image of TFM Engine No. 1660, in the Norfolk Southern yard on 21 Dec. 2010, in Mobile, Alabama-USA. This locomotive is part of the Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana [TFM] railroad line.

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On a 19 March 2010 visit to Mobile, Alabama-USA, this photo of Soo Line Engine No. 6008 was taken. The engine was in the Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway [AGRR] area in the railroad train yard area north of downtown Mobile.

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On 12 May 2010, Union Pacific Engine No. 6728 was found in the McDuffie Coal Terminal area, a couple of miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

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One view of CSX Engine No. 339 that was taken in the general area of the McDuffie Coal Terminal, on 9 July 2010. There are usually a couple of engines *resting* in the coal terminal area.

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On 22 April 2010: this image of CSX Engine No. 1, "The Spirit of West Virgina," was taken in the general area of the McDuffie Coal Terminal, located about two miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA. One can usually find a couple of idle engines in the coal terminal area.

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With a 'old' paint scheme, this photo of Union Pacific Engine No. 6730 was taken south of Mobile, Alabama-USA, in the McDuffie Coal Terminal area, on 12 May 2010.

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On 12 May 2010, this photo was taken of Union Pacific Engine No. 6730 [with a old paint scheme] -- south of Mobile, Alabama-USA, in the McDuffie Coal Terminal area.

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One image of Southern Pacific Engine No. 343, taken near the McDuffie Coal Terminal, a few miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 12 May 2010.

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On 12 May 2010, Southern Pacific Engine No. 343, was located in the McDuffie Coal Terminal area, a few miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

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On 19 March 2010, Illinois Central Engine No. 1824 [...marked ASDx, for salvage?] was photographed in the Canadian National [CN] maintenance yard, about one mile north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

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On 19 March 2010, this freight train, led by CSX Engine No. 8111, was photographed on a siding south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA. The engineer was waiting for a movement signal to enter the main CSX rail yards.

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On 28 May 2010, this image of CSX Engine No. 7773 was taken as the train was getting underway to cross the Mobile River bridge, going north from Mobile, Alabama-USA.

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This image shows Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway Engine No. 4058, on a track operated by the Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway [AGRR] in the Mobile [Alabama-USA] rail yards. Date: 8 Sept. 2010.

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On 19 March 2010, this photo of Illinois Central Engine No. 6034 was taken in the Canadian National maintenance area, north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA. The engine was marked ASDX and likely to be removed from service.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 132 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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This locomotive, Central Oregon & Pacific No. 3828, was found in the Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway [AGRR] hub, north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 12 May 2010.

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On 19 March 2010, during a visit to the rail yards in Mobile, Alabama-USA, this image of Ottawa [CANADA] Engine No. 1815 was taken in the Canadian National maintenance area. The ASDX marking likely meant the engine would be taken out of service.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 86 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Not far from Water Street, almost downtown in Mobile, Alabama-USA, this image of Union Pacific Engine No. 7915 was taken, as the freight train was moving north towards the Mobile rail yards. Date: 12 May 2010.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 121 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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On 28 Sept. 2010, this BC Rail [British Columbia Rail - CANADA] Engine No. 4621 was found in the area of the McDuffie Coal Terminal, a couple of miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA. This engine was connected to a pair of Canadian National [CN] engines.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 127 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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On 19 March 2010, this photo of Illinois Central Engine No. 7001 (marked ASDX) was taken in the Canadian National [CN] maintenance area, just north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 117 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

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Working a line of freight cars, this photo shows Norfolk Southern Engine No. 7639 on a short bridge about one mile north of downtown Mobile, Alabama-USA, on 20 Dec. 2010.

Photo by Jerry Litynski · File Size: 135 KBytes · Uploaded: October 21,2001

                            


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