Rio Grande Gold at the end of the Rainbow. The Rio Grande Heritage unit on the ZNPOA waiting for at Hearst before being allowed through Niles Canyon while I waited for some sun. I'm sure they are ... (more)
Covered hoppers were not unusual on coal trains. On this southbound four of them are on the front. They were usually limestone dust, used, as I understand, to coat the walls of mines to keep the... (more)
The NS PC heritage unit leads a coal train east for Danville then points south.
Strasburg 475 is pulling the 12 noon train up the grade at Groffs, en route back to the station.
The NS PC heritage unit leads a coal train east by Waddy.
An Acela Express trainset picked up a light snow covering after having spent the night in South Station.
GKLX 195 is powered by a Cummins engine, rebuilt from an NW2. The unit still works GK mill in Waco, Georgia where it's been since 2000.
Lucas Oil RR arrives back at Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Junction.
Lineup of former Amtrak electric locomotives at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
Looking back I find I look track of time periods and when things happened. Even it those days this was secondary power, doing yard duty.
Still wearing its Iowa Interstate paint the LNAC or as I believe now days called Lucas Oil Railroad returns to Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Junction.
Doing a poor imitation of a UP locomotive from LA and trying to look cool, this rarity, even in 2000, is actually helping out on the recurring maintenance "jamboree". Nice name but I di... (more)
An LA to CSX Z train sails east against the setting sun on the Gila Sub.