A CSX loaded ballast train heads west at Bort Road with a CSX SD60i and SD50 for power.
Smokin' it up through the S curve at Tyrone is NS empty coal train 655 with a pair of Ex Conrail SD60I's this Easter Sunday.
Norfolk Southern train No. 38Q smokes it up going through Vance, Tennessee, on the NS Knoxville East End District on May 13, 2014.
NS 119 comes by Belmont with an XCR SD60I leading. It's a very chilly afternoon as 119 heads south past Belmont today and 119 had a friendly crew.
CSX EMD SD60I 8726 leads train V62307 at East Ivy MP 189. CSXT 8726 was originally built as Conrail CR 5585 in 1994 and is one of three SD60Is that still remain in the CSX YN2 paint scheme as of t... (more)
It's no drone but standing on the roof of my car is a common sight when out fanning. Already high above the tracks, I decided gain more elevation to catch empty autorack train L217 with a clean SD... (more)
Montreal-Enola Pa Canadian National #528 is approaching the Canada/U.S border on a cold and crisp March morning.
CSX 8733 and CSX 552 lead an empty autorack train past the historic EF Baldwin design Point of Rocks station. The station was built by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1873.
Today marked the last of the warmest days New York State has ever had and what better way to end off with an EMD SD60I leading a westbound trash train past the former site of the Automatic 191 NYC... (more)
11J drifts downgrade through Summerhill with a single SD60I and 19 empty auto racks.
A Norfolk Southern SD60I leads manifest 310 on the former NKP Line with Cleveland, Ohio's iconic Terminal Tower in the background
A WB CSX empty auto rack train with a nice set of EMD power rolls by Lock 10 just east of Amsterdam, NY. The dam gates on the lock are up for the winter resulting in a lower level for the Mohawk R... (more)
An all EMD lash passes through KC Junction preparing to head west down the LCL with a mighty Q505 in tow.
Ex-Conrail leader on the old IC
Montreal-Enola Canadian National #528 is heading south toward Rouses Point NY where it will be interchanged with Canadian Pacific.