It's all quite as this train waits for tomorrow in this little town which used to be served by so many railroads.
Stormy skies brew over Yuma as a set of Ferromex power parked in the ex-SP yard awaits its next assignment.
An aerial view of CN's former DM&IR roundhouse at Proctor.
DH 7303 sits catching some evening rays as the lone power unit for the local train (D11) in CP's Taylor, PA yard.
Eastbound Pennsylvanian heads towards Harrisburg along Norfolk Southern's Pittsburgh Line with a GE P42DC leading the way.
A nice looking unit sitting at the old shop. I always loved the Santa Fe. BTW, that bubble gum machine must of been on top to appease politicians. It didn't do anything else.
Trying to avoid the stinging wind and blowing snow, the conductor on L-593 opened the nose door on 4214 to protect a shove to the diesel house.
The journey of former Erie Mining F9As 4214 and 4210 to Indiana Boxcar's Vermilion Valley Railroad continues as the units arrived at Proctor, Minnesota. Here a crew member climbs on 4214 to protec... (more)
Both of the remaining Missabe maroon and gold units still operating on their home rails pass at the north end of Proctor yard after a morning dusting of snow. DM&IR 403 was on a loaded United Taco... (more)
Coal empties wait heading out of Alliance.
This observation car was built in 1930 for the Reynolds family as the Winette, then became a MoPac business car and a SCL business car. Back into private hands for the Chicago Envelope company as... (more)
Another southbound coal train is today led by something a little special, even more so because the "spoilers" forgot to paint over the WM.
Sitting in the siding with a southbound rail train a second stringer already.
The stealth paint scheme was like a horrible wreck. somehow you just couldn't look away.
Working the yard is a former Chessie System unit, now equipped with radio control, still with 3000HP.