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(Part 2 of 2) TGIF – Foreign Power Friday With Kansas City Southern SD70ACe #4007

Norfolk Southern Monster Train 11R Kansas City Southern #4007 and 158 cars @ 5:40 p.m….   Guide To Understanding Norfolk Southern Train Symbols: Train Number Series Extra Series Symbol Train Description 000-099 R Special Trains 100-199 M Merchandise Trains 200-299 I Intermodal Trains 300-399 W Merchandise Trains 400-499 X Bulk Commodities 500-599 Y Bulk Commodities […]

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Weekend Railfanning Episode 31: Trains K8N, 30T And Returning Kansas City Southerners

Norfolk Southern Train K8N (A K82 Extra) with 39 cars @ 07:25 a.m….     Norfolk Southern Train 30T with 73 cars and Kansas City Southern diesels @ 1:05 p.m….     Guide To Understanding Norfolk Southern Train Symbols: Train Number Series Extra Series Symbol Train Description 000-099 R Special Trains 100-199 M Merchandise Trains […]

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An Early Christmas Gift: 37T And 31T…. And 2 Kansas City Southern Six-Axle Diesels

Norfolk Southern 37T with 30 cars @ 07:47 a.m….     Norfolk Southern 31T with Kansas City Southern #4610 and Southern Belle #4147 with 53 cars including articulated auto racks from Auto Max, BNSF & Arkansas Oklahoma (AOK)…. 37T And 31T with 2 Kansas City Southern Six-Axle Diesels and Auto Racks from Auto Max, BNSF […]

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Weekend Railfanning Episode 25: Maine Central, Kansas City Southern & The NS “Tech Train”

Norfolk Southern 11R with Maine Central 616 and 150 cars @ 08:30 a.m…. Norfolk Southern 31T with 79 cars @ 08:55 a.m…. Norfolk Southern 37T with a Kansas City Southern Belle and 58 cars @ 09:45 a.m…. Norfolk Southern 907: Track Geometry Car a.k.a. The “Tech Train” @ 2:35 p.m….   Guide To Understanding Norfolk […]

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Kansas City Southern 125-Year Anniversary Auto Rack

If you’re anything like me, then you’re probably thinking that Kansas City Southern¬†(KCS)¬†coulda’/shoulda’ made the logos on their 125-year anniversary auto racks just a wee bit bigger, especially considering the enormous size of the cars. What’s interesting about this car is that it’s a hybrid of two railroads, both Kansas City Southern and Providence & […]

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