Westbound KCS 101 heads to Alliance yard in Haslet TX.
Plenty of tie replacement, rail work, and shed repairing is taking place along the Hi Line Sub. Throw in a fire near Essex and there's a lot of activity. MOW equipment is tied up for the Night at... (more)
"The engineers don't wave from the trains anymore"... This crew appears justifiably thrilled to have barely enough power for this manifest freight to make the hill, slogging past ... (more)
NS 7658 leads hotshot 218 over the Big Four in Marion as it heads eastbound (geographically southbound) towards Columbus. A keen eye will notice the Delaware, Lacawanna & Western Heritage unit (NS... (more)
Late evening at tunnel 2 near Bealville finds this southbound grain empty working upgrade with a nice colorful lashup.
A short San Bernardino bound MOW train nears Mojave in the early morning.
BNSF 6887 along with a pair of CSXT units lead a northbound stack train between Illmon and Bena.
After a brief stop at the east end of Belmont, stack train Q120 continues on, as they arrive at Truro, Nova Scotia, and head on to the Bedford Sub.
Eastbound stack train Q120 crosses over the trestle at East Mines, Nova Scotia, at sunrise.
With the sun finally peaking over the Folly Mountains, eastbound stack train Q120 heads along the waters of Folly Lake, Nova Scotia.
Thunder Bay-Winnipeg train A437 pulls into the east end of CN's massive Symington Yard.
Eastbound train 474 starts it's trek on the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle at New Denmark, in Fall colors.
BNSF 7683 leads a trio of BNSF H2 GE's on an intermodal heading west through Edelstein, Illinois under the Santa Fe searchlights.
It was a gorgeous day for a train chase. Here is the third of many shots I took of these 3 units riding elephant style.
On a cold, cloudy and foggy morning, BNSF No. 7604 leads a loaded Grainer westbound as the sun rises behind the mountain.