CP GP38-2 speeds local C46 west at Shepard, Alberta.
CP AC4400CW 8551 leads train 119 west through Shepard, Alberta.
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to switch the Tastykake plant just East of Oxford
Ex-ATSF 8778 original (U36C), modificaded in 1986 to SF30C by ATSF #9547 and now current #4718, but out of service in 2016.
Two things that will soon be a thing of the past, YN2 paint and active searchlights on CSX.
CSX Q693 comes into Waycross with a former Santa Fe bonnet leading and passes a parked Sperry Rail Services "Doodlebug" parked by the old station house.
A single NS GP38-2 runs long hood forward to bring two gons of scrap and a long train of empty steel-coil cars into the Arcelor Mittal yard in East Chicago. Locomotives:NS 5360 GP38-2
Rebuild leading. Released from the Juniata shops just two months ago (after being rebuilt into an AC44C6M from C40-9 NS 8886), NS 4076 is the leader on a 48-car CN 529. Trailing is NS 9180 ... (more)
Dover & Rockaway River DO-2 approaches Berkshire Valley Road behind SW1500 1567 and GP9m 1888. The train as a string of loaded freight cars for three customers.
This view of a Chico rock train with 6 units coming off the OKT in Fort Worth is about to hit the Tower 55 diamonds. MKT 3120 never did receive a coat of CR blue before being acquired by the Katy ... (more)
A trio of MRL SD35s are eastbound on the 10th Sub just a bit east of Dixon with the Gas Local. The three SDs will make quick work of Evaro Hill as they make their way back to Missoula
GP50 3850 and GP39-2 3676 were taken off a westbound to rescue a stalled eastbound at Bealville. Here the cavalcade emerges from Tunnel 5 into the rapidly fading evening light.
Central Maine & Quebec Job 1 arrives at Farnham after an overnight trek from Maine.
Five EMDs pull a large Union Pacific LJP45 ‘dirt train’ local onto the Sunnyside Branch at Mounds, Utah, on the morning of November 20, 2003. Rio Grande SD40T-2s Nos. 5349, 5371 and 5390 bracket U... (more)
The Delaware-Lackawanna's big Century 636, at the moment of startup, emanating a typical Alco-like burst of thick, black smoke. The 3642 was built in April of 1968 as the Penn Central No. 6342.