It's a tight squeeze as New York & Greenwood Lake Railway's GP9 maneuvers onto Monroe Street after dropping off cars for NS on the Dundee Spur.
SP passenger GP9s bask in the weekend son as they take a couple days off from their commute train duties.
On either side of Barrington Station. CP 1608 is running long hood forward after heading to the Des Bouleaux spur to do some tree trimming and has just cleared the diamond in front of Barri... (more)
CP 1643 about to cross the CN Kashabowie Sub.
Ever since Pan Am repainted ST GP-9 #77 into B&M maroon and gold, I had been been trying to catch it leading a train. On two different occasions, I photographed it on the point of parked trains. ... (more)
It seems as if the shots you don't plan are the ones that turn out the best. I was on my way to go shoot an Ex BN unit in Gainesville, and as I made my way into Georgia I kept thinking to myself "... (more)
Freshly shopped GP El Reno
On a cloudy day, the passenger train approaches Havre-Saint-Pierre, QC. QIT is a subsidiary of the mining giant Rio Tinto. QIT currently has 7 engines in operation.
It is a rare site to see a steam locomotive in Staunton. In this case is former Canadian Pacific G5d tenders rest on a flat car, waiting to move out from Staunton. Ultimately, they will head to ... (more)
Nebraska Central GP-9R, a product of the GTW rebuild program at its Battle Creek shops, switches a customer on sister road Idaho Northern & Pacific line from the UP interchange at La Grande to Elg... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad GP9 #1755 leads the afternoon "Dinosaur Train" through the Tuckasegee River valley near Ela, North Carolina, returning to Bryson City from Whittier.
Basking in Kankakee's small industrial yard, a veteran Grand Trunk Western EMD GP9 sits couple up to an ex- Illinois Central keep along the former IC mainline south of Chicago.
WPRR rests in the yard, and a caboose sits in the background.
SP Costa Mesa Local heading down the street in Anaheim
A pair of GP9's. CN 4107 & CN 7266 head west towards Taschereau yard with the Pointe St-Charles switcher.