Thursday, September 27, 2007

Video: BNSF Speeding Through Crossing

Since before I can remember, I've loved trains. I grew up riding steam trains on vacations with my parents, and am now fortunate enough to live in an area where my good friend "rdw283" any myself can go railfanning when the wives let us.

And people wonder why I like Ruby on Rails!

About a half mile from my house is this fun crossing where the BNSF blasts through at 50+ mph on the tail end of their acceleration push out of the Yardly yards in Spokane.

I caught this one this summer:

If you are interested in seeing more, you can check out my YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/paploothelearned

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