Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 muscles a load of oil cans across Packinghouse Road in Denver.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 works the tight areas of the Denver Stockyards.
Dover & Rockaway River's DO-1 is parked at Richboyton Road in Wharton, N.J. Trailing locomotive is SW9 915.
Dover & Rockaway River's DO-2 switches Kenvil, N.J.
Conrail EMD SW1500 #9569 with small faded Conrail name, former Penn Central 9569 unit.
CN R902, the Humko Local, heads across Springfield Avenue with its train in tow, as it heads down the remote Champaign branchline to switch out various industries.
It's an odd day for the R902... (more)
Gondolas and oil cans are on the Denver Rock Island Railroad's itinerary.
Dover & Rockaway River's DO-2 rumbles along the former CNJ High Bridge Branch with one lumber car for Blue Ridge Lumber. The train is passing through Kenvil.
Having pulled empties from Lehigh Cement, the Canton crew is about to cross S. Clinton St, as they make their way back to the coal yard.
M&E 20 rolls west with a former NS MP15 in tow, two empty tank cars, and C424 18.
The area around the Denver stockyards served by the Denver Rock Island Railroad gets active during the day. The crews are mindful of the rolling stock and attentive to the business activities in t... (more)
A Canton crew pulls empties from the Lehigh Cement pier.
A Canton crew waits for a forklift to move a steel plate off the tracks, so they can pull empties from the Lehigh Cement pier.
A pair of SW1500s delivered the previous January pulls a train out of the yard for switching.
Raritan Central Railway locomotives (two SW1500s and a GP20) wait in the tie-up center of Raritan Center for their next day's work.