Does anyone know anything about the BNSF passenger train that just came through Sulligent, AL about 1:30 pm CT (less than an hour ago) today (6/14/10) going east toward Birmingham?... At about 1:30pm CT, my family and I were fortunate enough to watch a BNSF passenger train come through our town of Sulligent, AL, the first town on the Birmingham Sub after leaving Mississippi. If my parents hadn't just happen to be coming back from Amory, MS and running along side it, we wouldn't have even known it was coming through. (I haven't logged on in a few days so maybe that's my fault.) Luckily my wife and I are teachers and we're out for the summer. My parents came up on the train about 5 miles before it got to Sulligent and called us. We didn't even take time to put on shoes. We just ran to the van and did a little "train chasing" east of Sulligent after it went through town. We didn't even have time to think of getting a camera or pick up a cell phone which we could have used to snap a pic or video. If I had known yesterday that it was coming, we would probably be on our way to Birmingham right now. It was great, the first passenger train my kids have witnessed coming through our little town! They could hardly believe it! Heck, I could hardly believe it! I'm almost 33 and it was the only passenger train I've seen in Sulligent other than the Frisco 1522's 1994 run! At the ungated crossing, BNSF had a BNSF policemen in a BNSF "Poice K-9" SUV (never knew they had their own police) and some other workers in a BNSF pickup truck at the gated crossing. At each crossing the men stepped out infront of the crossings. They passed us going east with the train after the train came though. Any info will be appreciated.