D&H surprise ! T76 heads east through Arkwood, Ontario just outside of Chatham with work at the grain elevator in Kent Bridge.
The new corporate image of the LIRC has now arrived.
Having arrived Saturday the 2001 rests after a days
work at Jeff Yard.
UP 2056 and 3 mates have pulled their loaded grain hoppers and are ready to depart Craigmont ID on the Camas Prairie. In the background is the "VC" (Volmer-Clearwater Co.) grain elevator and stor... (more)
GP38-2 CN 7518, YBU-4m 526 and GP40 WC 3026 in map paint scheme switch a line of grain cars in CN's Edmonton Walker Yard. WC 3026 was painted with the map and statement " 150 years of Rolling" to... (more)
BNSF 2306 (GP38-2) looking good in new paint while working the Denver Yard.
It's a nice day for outdoor work on May 14th, 2013, as Iowa Interstate GP38-2 717 has a traction motor/wheel set replaced on its rear truck at the shop in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Photo taken on ... (more)
CSX engine 2806 sports it's new "skin" as the crew spots it with CSX enigne 8250 with one of the gensets that resides in the Selkirk yard. The cab of NECR 722 can be seen behind the 2806.
TP&W power passed through Fort Madison on run through trains to Kansas City during the 80's. This is a westbound with TPW 2007, CR 3074 and TPW 2008 leading 25 cars along Santa Fe's well maintaine... (more)
The BNSF Transfer passes through 2nd Ave on the NS NA West End Division #2 track, as they use this route when they leave BNSF Thomas Yard, to deliver freight to NS at their 32nd St Yard nearby.
NS 5282 leads a twenty one car train west out of Browns Yard. Its destination is the industrial park in Dayton, NJ. In the distance sits an EMD SD40-2, I believe NS 1705. Also, if you look abov... (more)
A pair of high-hood GP38s rests between assignments of pulling heavy passenger trains between Guadalajara and Mexico City.
UP 614 and 355, both rather faded (355's fans have MoPac blue showing through), sit in Oxnard yard.
One of Bristol's locals, sporting a 39 year old ex-Southern on the point, is preparing to call it a day as the light begins to fade.
Two high-nose Norfolk Southern veteran GP38-2 locomotives, equipped for remote control operation, shove a long cut of cars into the north (railroad west) end of Enola Yard.
Fellow RP'er Michael Nowakowski and myself were somewhat nervous when the fuel truck on the opposite side of the tracks approached the crossing and appeared as if he was about to cross with the GL... (more)