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Union Pacific perishable train symbol PDNPP near Blaser

Union Pacific perishable train symbol PDNPP near Blaser Union Pacific locomotives on perishable train symbol PDNPP near Blaser

Train PDNPP is out of Lava Hot Springs and climbing the grade to Blaser. This part of the chase is best during the morning as eastbound trains are going almost due north and the road is on the east side of the tracks. UP symbol PDNPP began June 20, 1983 as the ASPF (Advanced Seattle, Portland Fruit) and became the PDNPP on September 23, 1986. It would operate from Portland as required and normally originated at Hinkle. Disk 17

Union Pacific empty grain train symbol 2GQKACB near Blaser Union Pacific locomotives on empty grain train symbol 2GQKACB near Blaser

Near the same location, train 2GQKACB rumbles passed with abundant power on June 8, 1989. Disk 18

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