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CENTERSPREAD CONTEST


Each year, we solicit exciting trackside scenes from our readers to publish as a coveted two-page spread in our magazine. We look forward to seeing the amazing photos sent in for consideration, from modern trackside action to classic images of days gone by. Thanks to everyone who entered, and congratulations to the winners!


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OPPOSITE: Southern Pacific 4449 is at West Riverside, Mont., on October 11, 2004, on the second day of a three day excursion from Sandpoint, Ida., to Billings, Mont. The train spent the previous night in Missoula, four miles to the west, and is heading for Bozeman by way of Mullan Pass. DAVID PFEIFFER


LEFT: CSX train Q394 eases out of the east portal of Sand Patch Tunnel as it descends the grade of the same name west of Cumberland, Md., on January 8, 2011. The tunnel, along with several others on the former Baltimore & Ohio main line in the east, will be enlarged in conjunction with CSX's National Gateway project. ALEX MAYES


ABOVE: A fireman on Iowa’s Boone & Scenic Valley is silhouetted against the setting sun as he prepares the tourist line’s Chinese JS 2-8-2 steam locomotive for its last run of the season on October 31, 2009. STUART BUCK


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