Photo By: Kevin Morgan

This was the right way to wrap up a fantastic weekend trip with my dad! Literally 10 minutes prior to the sun setting, this manifest passed by heading east. An hour earlier, Cheyenne was pummeled by a torrential downpour that included nickel-to-quarter sized hail. That, however, result in the formation of this fantastic pond, allowing for a nice capture of an SD70ACe and an SD70M, both sporting the American flag.
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Posted By Joe Molen On Tuesday, July 26, 2011 At 12:23:04 AM (PT)

Pretty frickin' stunning shot! Enjoyed them all...glad you had a good time with your Dad. Seems like you kind of dialed it up a notch in all your description and shooting. Makes me want to check it out some day.  
I took my wife and my Mom to see the 844 go through the intersection of 47th & York. Mom can't see worth a [removed] anymore but when that baby rolled on by, she knew she it was a train all right.


Posted By JR Leal On Monday, July 25, 2011 At 10:23:41 PM (PT)

Great image Kevin, it was a heck of a way to finish a trip. Enjoyed them all, great work.

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Location Information
City or County and State
Cheyenne, WY

Subdivision
Laramie (UP)

Milepost or Control Point
MP 510




Train Information
Railroad
Union Pacific
Model
SD70ACe
Unit Number
UP 8576, UP 5224


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