Southbound coal train led by Seaboard System SD40-2 #8151 at Cartersville, GA.
The power for W089 takes a breather in Notasulga this evening as it waits for another load of rock. This engine and 24 others (8500-8524) were originally ordered by and built to L&N specs, but wh... (more)
An empty eastbound garbage train returning back to the Garden State splits a pair of wayside signals at mile marker 26.
Engine 5458 sits on a side track awaiting its next assignment while an EMD leader hustles some empties south on track 1. The tracks in the foreground allow interchange with the Wheeling & Lake Eri... (more)
Good friend and contributor John Puda tries his luck at hooking the big one as Q272 breaks the silence of darkness, heading north on the Toledo Sub taking the connection to head west on the Willar... (more)
About to take the derail off. CN 327 is about to split its train in two and put it into the two sidings in Huntingdon on CSXT's Montreal sub as the train would not fit in the first siding. ... (more)
A southbound stack train led by CSX 698 passes the station at Ridgefield Park.
CSX Q003-23 races through Teaneck on a quiet Saturday morning. The train is viewed from the pedestrian overpass, a location made famous by the late photographer Bob Malinowski.
A special former B&O bay window caboose coming in behind a rail train to Kingston Yard to l,ay over for the holiday weekend. The crew were earlierblaying down a section of rail in Newburgh.
After slowing to let UP 1982 pass, two older CSX EMDs and a UP ES44AC get the ZYCLD up to speed out of Villa Grove.
CSX K586-24 departs Cincinnati for Ashland, Kentucky with empty steel slab cars for the AK Steel plant located just west of Ashland.
The power off K636 sits on the siding in Tremley. This train was quite the buzz for this area with the bright future painted leader and the SOO SD60.
Bakken crude oil empties round the curve from the Hillsboro to the Devils Lake subdivision behind a quartet of mixed GE power.
A rainbow quartet of GEs in elephantine fashion accelerates an empty Bakken crude oil train westward out of Grand Forks for the run across the northern plains.
At the confluence of three rivers, an eastbound manifest is starting to hug the banks of the Monongahela River. In the background the West End Bridge spans the Ohio River.