The new kids in townTwo motors of WATCO's newest shortline, the Kanawha River Railroad, sit quiet in Nitro Yard (presumably assigned to the Nitro local) awaiting the next day's assi... (more)
A Great Northwest Railroad (GRNW reporting marks, a Watco Company) freight led by WAMX No. 3920 rolls across Union Pacific’s huge Snake River Bridge at Joso, Washington, on September 21, 2015. Thi... (more)
After working Nucor Steel Mill in Holt, AL. ABS Job 121 returns back to their Yard in Tuscaloosa, AL.
A BNSF GP39W and an ex. ATSF GP40X rest in downtown New Albany. The ex. BN GP38 in the background recently got a new snowplow in Memphis and has been idled in New Albany since.
As a westbound empty coal train rounds the curve out of Lake Park, the eastbound Wadena Local passes through with three loads of lumber for points east.
BNSF Pikes Peak Local heading south on the Joint Line at the "sag" a couple miles north of Palmer Lake
Continuing west, we catch up with them as they continue to roll along at 10 MPH. They are seen approaching the small town of Hygiene.
Rolling along the jointed rail at 10 MPH west of Hygiene, the Longmont Turn takes a cut of cement hoppers to the CEMEX Plant in Medberry.
Led by a GP39V still in BN paint, the Longmont Turn slowly accelerates away from the Valmont power plant heading toward it's next assignment on a warm January afternoon.
The Longmont Turn on the right patiently waits on the Turkey Lead for the Laurel, MT to Denver, CO Manifest to clear, seen here on the right. The DPU is currently passing the Colorado and Southern... (more)
Two Geeps idle near the servicing tracks as the East Local arrives on the main in the distance. BNSF 2962 is a rebuilt GP35, originally built for the B&O.
Right at sunrise, the Devils Lake local rolls out of Grand Forks to begin its work out west. This is currently the only freight operation west of Larimore due to the high water west of Devils Lake... (more)
The Mayville Local cruises westward over the Freshwater Coulee. This train typically departs Grand Forks on Monday and Thursday mornings, but it was held back today, allowing for this angle.
The return leg of the Grand Forks to Cass Lake turn rolls around the curve through East Grand Forks on a very pleasant August evening.
A good looking BN leads the way west, on 102.