GP9's in matching paint schemes (CN 7233 & CN 7054) lead a transfer into the Port of Montreal, with two crewmembers on the nose of the lead unit.
Rush Hour at Fassler. At 7:00 am on May 1st, 2018, the crew of the Sierra Northern Fassler Flyer (freight train) met at the yard office in Oakdale, California. With a couple loads and sever... (more)
In the early 1980s the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority purchased six Burlington Northern GP9s for commuter service hauling depowered RDCs. Here MBTA 1925 enters Boston's North Station w... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Helena switch descends Winston Hill passing milepost 216 east of Winston, Montana, heading for some work at Townsend on the morning of July 5, 2018.
The big bright orb in the sky tried to make an appearance here so with filtered sunlight the train entered the scene by this famous pastoral scene on the Winchester and Western. The Sandman train ... (more)
Wash me! FRVR 4304 and 2 of its mates are in desperate need of a bath as they make a pick-up in CNW's Butler, WI yard in July of 1989.
The Sandman train climbing Gainesboro Hill with an EMD trio and 15 loads in tow on its way to Winchester, VA.
The engineer of an eastbound Chesapeake & Ohio freight reaches out to snag train orders from the tower as his GP9 trio marches through Griffith, Indiana. A second set of orders on the stand's lowe... (more)
DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
With its station work completed, VIA's eastbound Canadian departs Calgary, Alberta, behind a trio of Canadian Pacific diesels, two GP9s and an RS-18. It was not uncommon at the time to find CPR po... (more)
Shenandoah Valley EMD GP9 and Alco RS-11 showing their Chesapeake & Ohio and Norfolk & Western heritage.
Sugar out of the port. A CN transfer with CN 7054 & CN 4704 for power is leaving the Port of Montreal on a sunny afternoon. Up front are a common sight on these transfers, LATX hoppers comi... (more)
A Chesapeake and Ohio GP9 exits the gates at Dixie Gas & Oil Company. DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
The brakeman-conductor has just completed tying the train down on the mainline.
After painting at Brooklyn Yard in Portland, WPRR 1801 makes its first run on home rails, with a vintage Southern Pacific caboose.