A CNW SD45 from its last order and an SD40 bend around the frozen shore of Dells Pond, part of the Chippewa River on a frigid February day in 1972. The train has just left Altoona, passed by the E... (more)
Montan Rail Link's primary non-BNSF freight is the Missoula-Laurel daily freight (ML eastbound/LM westbound). On this day the old guard and new guard came together as an SD45/SD40/SD70ACe combo ro... (more)
C&NW 951 stopped at Potter Rd. in Wauwatosa,WI..
Eastbound Santa Fe "Wilmington Turn" Ironsides siding Harbor City
By 1985, Norfolk Southern-painted units were making considerable inroads. But, a few Southern units were still around---including SD45 number 3117. The big EMD had led a westbound into Andover tha... (more)
At west portal of tunnel #1.
The waters of the Clark Fork River gently flow below, and the occasional celebratory remarks of a fisherman on the rivers edge behind me fill the calm mountain air, until 60 cylinders and 10,800 h... (more)
The white waters of the Fish Creek rapidly flow below three SD45's and their 119-car Kansas City, KS to Spokane, WA manifest, which are soaring high above on the 576 foot long Bridge 165.
Montana Rail Link EMD SD45s Nos. 355 and 326 (MRL labels the locomotives SD45-2s) lead a BNSF HKCKSPO freight westbound at Tuscor, Montana, on September 26, 2014.
One of the earlier units to get a CSX paint job was this SD45, seen early one rainy morning as it headed back toward Loyall, KY on NS trackage after shoving a coal train. This first version had &q... (more)
Two Santa Fe freights meet on the double track of the Kansas City Terminal near Grand Junction interlocking.
In fresh not to be SPSF red yellow paint SD 45 5338 leads a westbound Santa Fe "extra Harbor" passed Torrance Park in Torrance, CA.
In its final month of operation, An Erie Lackawanna SD45 leads a GP35 on a pig train through North Judson. Tom Golden photo.
A quartet of Wisconsin Central SD45s lead Southern Pacific's Trona to Skyline coal empty east through Riverton on Aug. 28, 1994.
Two SD45's and two BNSF motors keep the Spokane-Laurel moving East along the Clark Fork River on an unseasonably cold Fall afternoon.