Pacing BNSF 5688 And 4391 In Texas !

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Pacing BNSF 5688 And 4391 In Texas ! | Train Fanatics Videos
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How often do you see a long pacing shot of a diesel locomotives?

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Texas is the perfect place to witness high speed freight action with its long straight stretches of track. BNSF 5688 & 4391 are seen here high balling northbound out of Hereford, Texas.

Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) was developed in 1995 and is the culmination of over 390 railroad lines that were merged or were acquired over the last 150 years!

This train is a intermodal double stacker which means that the top of the freight cars are most likely around 20 feet high in places and usually 100-120 cars long.

That is lot of weight rolling at 70 mph!

  • Builder – General Electric
  • Build date – 1999 – 2004
  • units produced – 2598 locomotives
  • Unit name – AC4400EV
  • weight – 426,000 lbs
  • power – 4400 horse power
  • Tractive effort – 180,000 lbf

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