A meet occurs just south of the Alexandria, Virginia Amtrak station as a northbound Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac pig train meets a southbound hi-rail truck.
The B&L Local heads for the sawmill in Loyalton at sunset in the Sierra Valley. The locomotive is a former Western Pacific unit that has probably taken these rails many times.
WAMX 3516 (GP35) was spotted sitting on a siding just south of Cheyenne, Wyoming. This engine has had quite a career, starting life in 1965 for the Pennsylvania Railroad, then worked for Conrail,... (more)
Rio Grande GP35 3047 with three Missouri Pacific GP7's at Pueblo, Colorado. Photo from my collection, no photographer information on slide.
A short Turn from Cadillac arrives at the west end of Clare with an ex-Annie GP35 on point. CSTN will meet it's Owosso counterpart (ONTN) a couple blocks to the east of this location, as is the no... (more)
Housatonic NX-10 slowly works its way towards Danbury to start the days work
SP freight passing the Rio Grande River
Santa Fe didn't lack for variety in their motive power. On this local they have 2872 a GP35r, 3674 a GP39-2, 3044 a GP20, and lastly a B23-7 or B36-7.
Soaring above I-90, the 841 Local is heading to Manhattan to start the days chores.
Passing milepost 6, Montana Rail Link’s 844 local climbs up the 2.2% grade of the Harrison Branch on May 17, 2013. Today’s train is three cars powered by MRL GP35 No. 406.
Montana Rail Link’s 844 local has made a trip of the Harrison Branch and is switching the elevator there as seen looking out a nearby abandoned house in Harrison, Montana, on May 17, 2013. The doo... (more)
KIAMICHI Geep 35M is a long way from Hugo, Arkansas.
Guessing up at AMP for mechanical work and a coat of orange. All safety gear worn and permission gotten.
The regionally famous Broad street interlocking tower is visible in the distance as a manifest freight gets the signal to proceed westward, in 1975.
With everything in the picture on the chopping block, all too soon this will be looked back on as "the good old days".