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So, I heard there was an SD70M-2 at the train station, I couldn't resist dropping by to take a photo. But, when I arrived the parking lot was completely full due to these people's wedding.
Would I let that stop me from getting my photo of the SD70M-2? Not a chance. But, it did force me to park my car in a different spot, leading to these photos.
And finally, the SD70M-2 NS 2772, in interesting pink light that lasted only a few minutes, I guess it matches the sign and month.
Also, some more photos of the sign from tonight.
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Here is a shot from a second earlier than the one I posted before. Now everybody can see the tiny little bit of the front of the lead engine that was behind a tree and was so important.
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Greg Booher is an internationally published photographer (most recently in National Geographic Guide to the Night Sky) from Bristol, Tennessee. The beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains of East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia are his home. For more about me, read my interview on RAW