A BNSF coal load headed for central Texas takes the Waxie lead onto home rails, coming off UP's Dallas Sub at Forest Avenue.
An eastbound BNSF stack train flashes by with a brand-new ET44AC as its second unit.
The westbound Texas Eagle crosses the Trinity River flood plain with the stunning, blue Fountain Place skyscraper for a backdrop.
On a beautiful fall afternoon, DPU No. 8922 pushes on the rear of a long eastbound stack train.
On a very humid morning, a northbound BNSF loaded vehicle train negotiates the vertical curve just north of Thackerville siding.
Three big warbonnets lead a westbound stack train into Barstow Yard.
Shiny GE warbonnets lead a hot 199 train along the edge of Suisun Bay at Antioch.
An SP hogger has just turned a consist of new SD40T-2s, with the class locomotive in the lead.
Early in the morning, an SP light helper waiting at the west end of Cable meets Santa Fe 526 West, a hot vehicle train.
Late in the afternoon, with thick haze from machinery in the oil fields of the southern San Joaquin Valley diminishing the sunlight, a hot Santa Fe pig train coming off the mountain meets an eastb... (more)
Early in the morning, a westbound grain load running through the pass meets an empty ethanol train at the east end of the yard.
On a beautiful winter's day in 1973, an eastbound Santa Fe manifest attacks Cajon's western slope.
NW2 No. 459 idles not far from downtown Seattle.
SD9 No. 4360--a frequent sight on Tehachapi--leads a westbound SP manifest down the steep grade at Woodford.
BNSF 3774 West crosses the Pecos River at Ft. Sumner. At the time of this photo, BNSF's contractor was building another bridge here for a second main line across the river.