BNSF GP50 3178 leads BNSF GP60B 334 and BNSF GP40X 3033 on the Galesburg to Barstow road freight.
A leased NREX GP60 shoves a lone car back into the Rocky Mountaineer facility in Kamloops.
NS P59 departs West Canton in the early hours during the last month of operations under Norfolk Southern before Watco would take over under a lease. Ex-Southern high hood GP50 7083 leading here.
Back At Back River. Returning to a familiar location, I skipped my usual photo spot on the roadside and found a good spot overlooking the water, as MC 2010 takes four empties to the... (more)
Its amazing this high hood GP50 lead this stack train all the way from Bellevue, OH as it rolls out its final mile before arriving at Proviso.
A wily veteran EMD GP50 still with its high short hood is at the point of A45 in downtown Sylacauga today. Shoot these units while you can because they won't look like this for too long.
The I&O 5014 brings orange back to the DT&I as the XLNL waits for the light to cross at Hamler.
A veteran of the rails showing it's true colors, sporting the classic "Santa Fe", EMD GP50 #3176 leads a GP38-2 on a local North on the BNSF Wichita Falls Sub in Saginaw, TX.
CRL 5100 is in charge of an OSSX GP7 and an NREX GP50 in this scene in South Chicago. The locos will shove back and switch out the BRC Yard.
NS 7021 is Either meeting her fate at the torches or is getting prepared to have a new cab installed as 2 workers from JBS are taking her apart piece by piece
BNSF 3159 and 2131 are framed up between a pair of searchlight masts at Santa Fe Jct. as they lead a transfer from the KCS back to Argentine Yard.
Norfolk Southerns most active rebuilds in progress. NS 6545 will is in the process of being cut down to SD60E service. While NS 7021 is cut down in a new program GP33ECO which started this year
Snow is just starting to spit as a pair of GP50s - one SOU/one NS - assisted by a Mopac GP38 bring a northbound into Rome.
BNSF 3157 sits idle at Mendota,IL. I have also shot this unit when it had tiger stripes back in the early 90's when it was on main line service.