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 Work Train at DuskAdded: August 10, 2008 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Union Pacific (more..)
EMD GP15 (more..)
Union Pacific East/West Mainline (more..)
Nevada, Iowa, USA (more..)
February 24, 2008
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
Unknown (more..)
Jon Wisnieski (more..)
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Remarks: At the end of the day, an interesting train passes by. Any info on this train would be appreciated.
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  User Comments on this Video (4)

Posted by RK on August 10, 2008

I believe this is a train carrying rails that need to be fixed.

Posted by wi joe on August 10, 2008

Welded rail train..?

Posted by K100DS on August 11, 2008

The first two locomotives are GP15s. The third locomotive is an SD40M-2.

Posted by ICE Conductor on November 4, 2008

That is a welded rail train. The rail on the train is about 1/4 mile long, but they have a welder on rear car that welds two sticks of rail together making longer sections. The UP double main running from Missouri Valley all the way to Chicago is welded rail.

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