A trio of former Southern Pacific GP60s pull a lengthy cut of tank cars from the Chevron refinery in Salt Lake City on Oct. 7, 2015.
What year is it? Maybe the tagging (both urban and BNSF) give it away, but a pair of blue and yellow GP60s on the Harbor Sub could be 1988 again. Here they are in local service, pulling the First ... (more)
A GP60 and two GP38-2s lead vehicle trian I39 west through Huntsville.
A NS GP60 approaches the diamonds where they will cross over the CN Chicago Subdivison while on their way to go serve industries along the line.
"Next Stop... The TP&W"
UP's LSB50 with UP 1945 and 1494 pulls north out of Villa Grove with a big train consisting of transformers, hoppers, and tank cars.
First trick above the house! I'm trying to convince my wife we should make an offer on this house, but she's having none of it. The First Watson heads back to Wilmington.
The First Watson climbs Monoco Hill in Lawndale, having forced a couple of locals to get up from their seats on the tracks. One of them stands up, I think to tell the train off, for making them mo... (more)
A pair of four-axle BNSF locomotives roll in-between the engine pit tracks (Left) and the inbound receiving/runner tracks (Right) as they head south to pick up Chicago bound mixed freight M-GALCHI... (more)
A Norfolk Southern eastbound "Hill Run" is charging up the grade to Clark's Gap, West Virginia, as the sun sets on a brilliant spring day at Herndon. Four-axle power is rare in the coalf... (more)
A GP60 and two GP38-2s lead vehicle train I39 west through Huntsville.
A trio of GP60s lead 33J toward Moberly.
Waiting for orders at Tucson Yard. I have never been before any switcher bigger than this one. The last and tne most beautiful from EMD..!!!
Union Pacific local LIA43-25 sets out some cars in the yard in Salem, Oregon, on August 25th, 2015. Power on this train consists of GP60 1018 (ex-UP 1921, ex-UP 5721, nee-SP 9618) and GP39-2 1207... (more)
Union Pacific's daily Kansas City to Oakland auto train glides west through Provo with 59 cars on October 6, 1996.
BNSF 196 BNSF 163 and BNSF 2229 lead a manifest out to Newberry Springs for later pick up
Rare to see 3 Yellowbonnets in a lash up anymore