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A NB BNSF Empty Crude Oil Train was seen rolling by the Conway Feed facility in the small town of Conway, WA. Normally, most oil trains are usually longer and usually runs in a rotation of loaded oil going northbound and empties going southbound. However, there are occasions that Canadian National run their oil trains on the same line in reverse rotation and lately, their oil trains have been shorter then BNSF. Based on my experience on the BNSF Bellingham Subdivision, this lead me to believe that this is technically a empty CN oil train. Equipment: -Canon EOS 90D -Canon EF-S 10-18mm F/4-5.6 STM Lens

WThe Durango & Silverton’s recently rebuilt and converted to burn oil K37 #493 pulled the first Logging Train 4/21/2020. I “Chase and Pace” this train from the Durango yard to Hermosa. This was the first of many logging trains to follow as the railroad begins fire mitigation along the right of way. The railroad has entered into an agreement with a logging company to mitigate the fire danger along the right of way north of Rockwood. The logging company will cut and load the logs on the train along the tracks and unload the logs onto trucks at Rockwood. The D&S will make 1 trip a day, 5 days a week from Rockwood. The plan as I understand is to leave the locomotive at Rockwood during the week and run it to Durango on weekends for maintenance. This first logging train left Durango at approximately 8:40am. The train consisted of K37 #493, 1 Water Car #0470, 9 flat cars. 3 drop bottom gons and Caboose #0540.



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