A pair of cream n'green BN MACs bring up the rear of a southbound loaded coal train as two others struggle up the grade.
With a pair of SD70MAC's and a GP38-2 for power, loads for LG&E's Cane Run plant head north at Summit. The two 70MAC's are painted up to honor back-to-back NCAA basketball champions - 2013 Univers... (more)
Conductor Davis lines the switch back to the normal position for the north leg of the wye at Matanuska Junction while Engineer Siegmann looks on. In the distance the coal train takes the siding to... (more)
KCS Martin Lake coal load empty northbound.
A BNSF SD70MAC passes a loaded UP coal train climbing the hill in notch 8 in Wyoming's Powder River Coal Basin.
A pair of Burlington Northern painted EMD SD70MACs lead a westbound coal train through Wyarno.
KCS SD70MAC 3793, ex TFM 1673 leads a SD70ACe on an eastbound manifest in Pearl, Mississippi in the early morning hours of August 20,2014. The train is seen at the east end of KCS's High Oak Yard... (more)
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Westbound oil train cuts through the dense morning fog, with an Executive leading. That aside, how do they run on this horrendous track.
Another load of Bakken crude oil rumbles through Guilderland, NY on a gloomy afternoon. Nice to see an executive scheme with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe logo still intact.
With a pair of SD70MAC's and a GP38-2 for power, loads for LG&E's Cane Run plant head north at Summit. The two 70MAC's are painted up to honor back-to-back NCAA basketball champions - 2012 Univers... (more)
Q394 heads east through the "South Side" of Pittsburgh
BNSF 9787 is shoving on an eastbound coal train between Litchfield and Hazard.
BNSF 9887 brings up the rear of a coal train running on the Montana Rail Link, the ex-Northern Pacific transcontinental railroad, as they cruise into Helena.
The daily Holland Express (HEX) train runs south on its way to Anchorage, seen here from the Old Glenn Highway overpass.
ARR 4013 leads a coal empty north through Matanuska JCT early in the Spring of 2014.