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A horse thought the grass was greener on the other side of the fens and somehow managed to jump over it at a low spot. The horse was standing near the tracks when I arrived at this crossing in Trumbull to take pictures of northbound train LADAF on June 21, 1986. I thought, "This is going to get interesting." When the train began blowing for the crossing the horse took off at a dead run for the crossing where I was standing. I moved back as the train was about to over take the horse. The horse made a 90 degree turn and almost cleared the fence. You can see the cloud of dust where the horse took a leap of faith to get over the fence. It all happened so fast I barely had time to take the picture.
With the horse safely out of the way I could concentrate on taking pictures again. Train symbol LADAF passes with engines 4823, 4818, 4803, and 4805. Disk 98
SP caboose 1875 brings up the rear of the LADAF. The SP has filled the rear of train LADAF with priority manifest traffic. Meanwhile, over by the barn, a horse is clicking its heals together saying, "There's no place like home. There's no place like home."