A pair of GP40s lead Pan Am's Office Car Special towards Plainville yard, where it will tie down for the night. The FP9s that normally power the OCS, were not used as they lack cab signal equipmen... (more)
CAGY 2777 and the CAGY 2000 await their chance to enter the KCS Tuscaloosa Sub and head back to Columbus. This was only a few months before the GWI take over on June 1st. The C&G was yet another v... (more)
When will it sink? CNW 5529 leads a train across Buffalo Lake in Packwaukee, WI in January of 1988. The local bar would place an old car on the frozen lake and take bets on when it would finally f... (more)
BNSF’s Cody local crosses a wood trestle approaching Vocation, Wyoming, on June 28, 2018. Vocation was a siding and station on the CB&Q’s line to Cody near the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, a ... (more)
With the dome of Bonsecours Market in the background, the Pointe St-Charles Switcher is leaving the Port of Montreal with 17 cars received in interchange from the port.
Southern Pacific GP35 6316 at Colton's SP yard.
Southern Pacific GP9R 3372 and 3342 at Anaheim, California.
Seeing two ATSF bluebonnets 22 years after Santa Fe merged is something that can only happen in a few places on the BNSF system. One of those places is Havelock Yard. Power is stored here and used... (more)
Heading south through the wetlands just south of Harrogate. Spring is the best time to get reflection shots in this area.
UP 816 & 827 head west on main two with the Kearney local. The local will wait at MP 150 for two eastbounds before crossing to main one.
The catch of the day: BNSF 2700 (GP39-2) lines up next to BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) in the Denver Yard.
Two ATSF bluebonnets sit at the ready for duty on the West end of Havelock Yard. 3172 is coupled to 166 (GP60). Also in the yard is BNSF 570, a former ATSF B40-8.
Ozark Valley Railroad operates the northern end of the former KCS Fulton branch to serve industries in Mexico, MO.
Freeport McMoRan's power works the AZER interchange.
A bunch of Freeport McMoRan's weird GPs haul a train up the grade the seems too steep to be real.