A Cascade and Columbia River freight is northbound just outside Chelan, Washington, on May 13, 2010. The train is powered by the line’s GP9R No. 1002, dressed in parent owner RailAmerica. RailAmer... (more)
Minnesota Northern's weekly train on the Warroad subdivision exercises its trackage rights on the Canadian Pacific Detroit Lakes subdivision. Here the train passes over the Red Lake River in down... (more)
After meeting a northbound Canadian Pacific manifest, the Minnesota Northern Warroad Local takes the switch at ESS Plummer onto the Detroit Lakes sub. mainline in order to continue towards Erskine... (more)
After crossing over at Flagstone, the engineer has this little GP9R pulling for all its worth.
On a frosty morning, GTW 4620 builds air at the Seneca/Oxbow plant, before proceeding north.
CN Train 513 is departing from Pontiac as they head south toward Detroit on the Holly Subdivision.
GTW 4626 is rolling under the old signal bridge near Sanderson Street shortly after departing from the yard in Pontiac.
CN Train 513 is working at East Yard in Hamtramck before heading onto the Holly Subdivision to Pontiac.
A 56 year old GP9 leads train 513 through Birmingham. This is one of a few trains where it is common to have first generation power and intermodal.
CN Train 513 is backing a cut of westbound intermodal cars picked up from Moterm in Ferndale. 513 will take these cars to Pontiac, where they will be picked up by 391.
Crossing the Pamlico returning to Plymouth from Chocowinity on the old NS mainline.
An ex-CN/GTW rebuild switches the Choco yard on a bright spring morning after swapping cars with the CLNA 120 from Wilson.
GNRR GP9R 4631 which is painted for the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway stands ready with GP38s 9708, 9706 and GP10 7562. The power has just been assembled and will be ready for the next days south boun... (more)
CN Local 104 is awaiting a signal from Desk 8 to enter the mainline in Ferndale after running around their two cars in the siding.
The "oil local" prepares to shove back into the Seneca refinery, to make a pick-up.