A lone GP60, running long hood forward, is in charge of short turn that has just crossed the Birmingham Diamonds as it finishes its run back to Kansas City.
A peaceful morning on the bank of the Colorado River is rattled to life by the passing of the Smithville Local.
Passing a freight led by former Santa Fe, now BNSF, GP60 #8729 at Gallup, NM. Taken from on board Amtrak's eastbound 'Southwest Chief'. My wife & I rode this train as part of a trip from Buffalo t... (more)
Reflections of a Grande past: Union Pacific's 40 local out of Mount Pleasant shoves a cut of cars back into one of the yard tracks. The lead GP60, one of three delivered in D&RGW paint from... (more)
eastbound SP train McCredie Springs siding
One of two remaining GP60s painted in Rio Grande paint, GP60 #1900 serves the Mount Pleasant to Texarkana local in far northeast Texas. Built for a May 1990 order for the Cotton Belt, D&RGW reciev... (more)
A couple of rare locomotives inhabit the small Mount Pleasant Yard on a beautiful sping afternoon: In the far left frame, a bright green SW600 rests as it awaits shipment via the Blacklands Railro... (more)
The Rio Grande Ski Train of March 2, 2002, has some “heritage” leading as it approaches Tunnel 1 east of Plainview, Colorado. Union Pacific EMD GP60 No. 1900, the former Rio Grande No. 3154, takes... (more)
A pair of GP60s storm by the Amtrak depot at Dwight on their way back home to Bloomington.
A couple of old school Geeps (BNSF 8707 is a GP60 and BNSF 3155 is a GP 50) are waiting for service at the Denver engine shop.
SP's RVSNQ is reflected in a flooded field near Springville on April 16, 1994.
As the pair of Cotton Belts hold the siding at the south end of Pontiac, the Texas Eagle flies by on the main.
Passing the big grain elevator in Chenoa, the pair of Cotton Belts have clear sailing for the remaining 25 miles of their trip back to Bloomington.
The pair of GP60's head south out of Pontiac, preparing to take the siding up ahead to allow the southbound Texas Eagle to pass.
Heading south, the classic pair of GP60's highball through Gardner at track speed. The UP patch is starting to wear off, once again revealing 1943's original SSW lettering.