When I was a kid, it was commonplace to see railroads running trains in which the engines all had the same paint scheme. After the merger frenzy of the 1990s, paint schemes became a jumbled grab bag of whose-was-who. It has finally been long enough...twenty years later...that it becoming more and more common to see trains in which all engines wear the same scheme. Case-in-point is this eastbound BNSF manifest with a match set of five ES44DCs.
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