Middle of the Train – Sunrise Edition

The neat thing about railroad cars is they are quite reflective and low suns bounces off of them giving off wonderful ‘glint’ light.  Sunrise is of course one of the best times for glint.  Here’s the next series of photos from the middle of the train.

An eastbound empty grain train heads into the Desert at West Daggett California on a soon to be warm September morning.

A stack train crawls uphill past a manifest stopped at Pleasant Valley Oregon.

Just after sunrise another of the multitude of Z trains rolls westbound through Maine, Arizona.

Against a cold wind blowing across the Baker Valley, an eastbound stack train starts its
high speed run for Baker City with the first rays of morning shining on it.

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