CSX SD70MAC 4500 leads a grain train west through LaGrange.
The KCS influx continues on the CP as Southern Belle SD70MAC 3934 leads CP train 470 through River Grove on the old Milwaukee Road.
The 9659 and 8986 shove on the back of this loaded coal train bound for interchange with the NS at Memphis, TN. The coal train has just crossed the Tarkio River in southwestern Iowa. This train is... (more)
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe ballast train departs Rocky, Colorado, on April 28, 2002. On the point of the heavy train is a trio of SD70MACs, assisted by a pair of SD40-2 manned helper... (more)
A view through the windows of an abandoned ranch house at Clarkston, Montana, reveals a BNSF freight roaring eastbound on Montana Rail Link’s Second Subdivision on June 16, 2014.
Closing in on its final destination of BRC's Clearing Yard, 2-472 approaches Lockwood Avenue on the city's southwest side. A bright Southern Belle looks good leading the way.
A second section of the CP's 472 train slowly rolls down the Belt with a Kansas City Southern SD70MAC in charge.
A pair of executives MACs, BNSF 9692 & 9581, lead a westbound grain train.
Rolling southbound through Johnson City, CSX 45132 leads U348-14 as it prepares for a headlight meet with the CSX 3180 at ETSU on the former Clinchfield Railroad.
Under the sky of an approaching storm, a southbound coal train led by CSX 4513 knocks down the Classic Clinchfield Signal at Rock Creek, just north of Erwin, Tennessee.
Grinding upgrade on the former Clinchfield Railroad, a classic EMD leader splits the Clinchfield Signals at Unicoi near the end of it's southbound journey from Shelbiana to Erwin.
Running along the banks of the North Platte River, a loaded Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train traverses scenic Wendover Canyon between Cassa and Wendover, Wyoming, on July 9, 1999.
BNSF 9803 shoves an eastbound coal train.
K04008 is seen heading south past the NYSW's MC Yard with a BN "Grinsteen" SD70MAC on the point. Going back before the oil trains ran through NJ, these were something I never thought I ... (more)