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» Norfolk Southern (more..)
» EMD SD40 (more..)
» NS Greenville District 
» Gainesville, Georgia, USA (more..)
» September 28, 2015
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» NS 3170 (more..)
» Unassigned (more..)
» Jordan Hood (more..)
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A break in the rain provides a still atmosphere around the Gainesville depot on a cool September night, while a Southern visitor sits idle among NS locomotives. Thanks to Railpictures contributor Casey Bell for the use of his flashes for this photo.
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