Jinty 47406 pilots Stanier 8f 48624 through Woodthorpe with the 09:00 departure from Loughborough during the GCR last hurrah gala
The Max Local pokes along at 10 mph as they pass thru the Lake Audubon area of the Missouri River between Coleharbor and Garrison. This job will get a 2nd crew on board that will work thru the ni... (more)
A train from Worb Dorf departs Boll-Utzigen, heading of for Bern on the S7 line.
Pull down job begins to assemble what looks like a Galesburg to Pittsburgh, CA, (UGALPIT) steel train out of the hump bowl in Galesburg. These SD40's are a BNSF favorite for this kind of heavy act... (more)
An empty limestone train bound for loading at Mount Vernon exits tunnel #7 between Hazel Patch and Bernstadt on Crooked Hill. This train will get off the CC Sub at Sinks for the 9 mile travel up a... (more)
Between Dawkins and Johns Creek is this set of these ex-C&O bracket signals. Here the K213 is heading to Coal Run to hand this train off to a C860 crew. This location is about 5 miles south of Pai... (more)
Well I figured getting trains on the Big Sandy would be the hardest part of my trip. Turned out 6 trains in daylight wasn't an issue. Here is my 2nd northbound load heading out of Paintsville afte... (more)
The Iowa Southern Railway (ISRY) leased 35 miles of trackage from the Appanoose County Community Railroad. Most of this track is ex-Wabash trackage with alittle ex-Rock Island trackage. The railro... (more)
Q186 heads North through Saint Ives to East Thomas, Al where it will head to Memphis via the BNSF Birminham Sub
E019-20 heads North to Birmingham, Al through Weathers, Al.
METX 182 leads an outbound Metra train.
A UP SD40N leads MPRPR north.
A UP AC44 leads a northbound sand train.
After a long delay in Seattle's King St Station trying to get WSDOT's new Charger locomotives to link up with Mater (Cab Car), an Cascades test train arrives in Tacoma's Tacoma Dome Station. The ... (more)
Creeping into Carolina. The Norfolk & Western's daily mixed service on the Abingdon Branch gained the nickname "Virginia Creeper", after vine-like plant that is native to the regi... (more)