On a very chilly (roughly 22°F) morning that sees light now falling, a westbound coal empty snakes around a curve alongside South Boulder Creek on the approach to Tunnel 29. If you look toward the left side of the frame, you'll notice some light tan rocks on the other side of the train. That is the remains of what used to be Tunnel 28. It was "daylighted" (blown up) decades ago due to its instability.
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