The westbound "Salad Shooter" from New York to California heads west towards Sherman Hill near Granite, WY. The train is running at restricted speed due to high winds on the hill. November 18, 201... (more)
A former UP CA-11 road caboose sees some more service with enclosed porches. Below famous Citadel Rock it takes a rest.
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An eastbound IPPX coal train passes through Hermosa, Wyoming, as it climbs to the summit of Sherman Hill on October 29, 2008.
An eastbound IPPX coal train is at Hermosa, Wyoming, with the two rear DPUs about to enter a long cut leading to the Hermosa Tunnels it climbs to the summit of Sherman Hill on October 29, 2008.
Everything from electronics to furniture is shipped in these intermodal containers. The most efficient way of transporting consumer goods across the country.
Reflecting the last moments of bright sunshine on September 1, 1998, Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight MPUELAU (Pueblo, Colo. to Laurel, Mont. manifest) glides along the calm waters of the Boys... (more)
The ground is quite literally shaking as UP 3985 roars around a curve on Sherman Hill, en route "home" to Cheyenne on a Rocky Mountain Railroad Club R/T excursion to Laramie. It was a little miser... (more)
Rolling toward Cheyenne and a crew change.
In an event of pure serendipity, we came upon this Colorado & Southern waycar on the rear of a westbound BN freight in the wilds of Wyoming. By this late date, finding a caboose in service was inc... (more)
Passing over Cottonwood Creek, a Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train heads west through Wendover, Wyoming, passing an abandoned homestead and derelict GMC tow truck on June 7, 2002.
Under the wooden bridge at Borie ...
Approaching Hermosa Tunnels from Dale Junction
Two GE's lead a long and heavy Pasco, WA to Galesburg, IL manifest over the hills of the Big Horn Subdivision. With another GE pushing on the rear utilizing Distributed Power, this train would mak... (more)
Manned helpers have assisted a heavy coal load over the Big Horn Subdivision and now are in full dynamics, holding back over 18,000 tons of black diamonds on the descent into Sheridan.