The south freight is a couple of miles out of Wasilla on a beautiful morning. During this time frame 2008 the Alaska Railroad ran two freights each direction 4 days a week and one in each directio... (more)
The Coastal Classic returns from Seward on a beautiful evening. With the GP40-2 in the lead it looks a bit odd.
Pacific National empty coal crosses an Aurizon loaded at Boggabri.
Three X 73500 on the ligne des Causses as fast train Béziers - Clermont-Ferrand
RBMN Train PNJT, the local from Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe, is being put together with the assistance of the yard crew. The train will depart the yard shortly with a short stone train.
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The local Sheboygan job finishes up its switching at Plenco Plastics. After pulling forward she will run around the train and start heading back home long hood forward.
Just beginning its long journey to the west coast, the westbound Southwest Chief races through Westmont.
A Southern GP38-2 is fueled and sanded at Andover, and ready for assignment to the next run. It's two days before Christmas, 1983.
An eastbound "radio train" climbs the 1.8 percent grade at Speers Ferry, VA on Southern's Appalachia Division. From Clinchport to Weber City, VA, this line is laid on the grade of the ne... (more)
The first GP35s on the Southern system were five Central of Georgia units, which arrived in late 1963 on trade-in EMD Blomberg trucks. The first of the group is shown at Andover. The units were re... (more)