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The BNSF runs a daily container train in each direction, the east terminal is Hodgkins, Illinois. I think it is a forty-four hour run.  Along that route, where do the crews change and where are the engines fueled?  Thank you, John in Lansing, ILL

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Los Angeles-Barstow (Fuel)

Barstow-Needles

Needles-Winslow, Arizona

Winslow-Belen, New Mexico (Fuel)

Belen-Amarillo, Texas (some trains change crews at Clovis, New Mexico, but not Z-LACWSP9 and Z-WSPLAC9 (probably the trains you asked about).

Amarillo-Wellington, Kansas

Wellington-Argentine, Kansas (Kansas City [Fuel])

Kansas City-Fort Madison, Iowa

Fort Madison-Chicago

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Is Hodgkins, exclusively a UPS intermodal yard?

I ask because I live in Central Illinois and all my UPS Ground packages, from anywhere in the country seem to pass through Hodgkins, according to UPS tracking app.

Once, on a drive to Chicago, I detoured to Hodgkins and found an intermodal yard that also had lots of  UPS trucks and trailers.

Thanks,

Naveen Rajan

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