The CSX crew has just handed off their loaded fly ash train to an engineer for the Sequatchie Valley Railroad, who will take the train north out of Bridgeport to a company in the drywall industry.... (more)
Having traversed Raccoon Mountain, loaded fly ash train K621 is now flying southwest (railroad north) along Nickajack Lake. The sun popped out from behind summer cloudcover at the perfect moment t... (more)
BNSF 7871 & 4539 shove on an eastbound stack train.
Southern 4501 pulls her tool car and 7 coaches up the 1% grade west of McDonald, TN with little struggle. Based on what was said after the flawless run, we should be seeing a lot more of 4501 in t... (more)
CSX V628-29 crosses the Great Miami River westbound on the CSX Indianapolis Subdivision to be loaded at a Morristown, Indiana. This photo was taken from D Street at 5:38pm.
CSX Transportation engine 466 charges west with a string of racks in tow.
Amtrak train No. 5, the westbound California Zephyr, exits Tunnel 8 and curves around the former location of Tunnel 9 on the 2 percent grade through the tunnel district west of Plainview, Colorad... (more)
BNSF version of the "Bush" unit #4141 west at the Hereford crossovers doing every bit of maximum speed of 70 mph!
A trio of widecab GEs lead a late-running 213 south as they blast onto the double track at CP Sadler just north of Reidsville, NC.
BNSF GE ES44AC No. 5777 leads an eastbound coal train east of Ashby, Nebraska, over the Sand Hills Subdivision on May 19, 2006.
BNSF 3161 an EX-BN GP50 tiger stripe unit sits in front of the SF Hereford station. This GP50 has the extended cab to seat additional crew members.
A westbound Canadian Pacific stack train drops downgrade on Rogers Pass as it exits the Flat Creek showsheds and crosses the Illecillewaet River on June 27, 2006.
May 1 and there is snow on the hill tops. Guest engine HARROGATE heads the morning train back to Alston running through the lovely North Pennine countryside
A beautiful spring morning finds the L501 pulling their pickup south out of the yard at Durand, headed for the Southeast connection switch to back onto the Flint Sub and head West.
"A Stormy Night on the Point"
It's a stormy night at Kearny Point and a pair of BNSF ES44s are taking shelter from the harsh weather under some trees along Central Avenue. The glow... (more)