Three Providence & Worcester B39-8Es lead CT-1 south towards Cedar Hill yard, at the route 150 crossing (MP-9.42) in Wallingford.
BN train #61 is arriving in Lincoln, NE. GECX 8000 was originally LMX 8503 before being wrecked on the MRL and rebuilt by GE.
A local SGLR crew has run into town from their yard to spot two empty gondolas for loading on a nearby siding. The siding in question is just out of sight to the right, across Evans Ave. It was ... (more)
A local SGLR crew has finished work at Rosen Materials where loaded centerbeam cars were swapped for empties. Here the crew is shoving back north toward the yard with two empties, shortly after c... (more)
PR-3 heads to Providence yard to work the industries with signs of change leading the way.
Circus staff are enjoying the last few hours of circus train travel, as the RBBB Red Unit train heads for its last-ever show in Providence, RI. This train came over from Hartford, CT via Connectic... (more)
A southbound Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority (HMCR) train with B39-8E 8560 for power has just left the HMCR yard in downtown Huntsville, AL.
The two B39-8Es in the ex-LMX paint on the HMCR's roster sit together in the morning sunlight along-side Heart of Huntsville Drive. HMCR 8560's nose, which shines rather brightly in the mid-mornin... (more)
PWRZ 3906 sits in Willimantic after getting a fresh coat of G&W paint in St. Albans, VT. 3906 is the first P&W unit to get the orange dip.
HMCR B39-8Es 8524, 8527 and 8539 are parked on the HMCR mainline with a train of covered hoppers just north of the Bob Wallace Ave crossing in Huntsville, AL. In a siding to the right are HMCR SW... (more)
Southbound HMCR B39-8Es 8560 and 8527 are about to cross Southhurst Drive in Huntsville, AL with a seven car train.
LMX 8555 skirts the Middle Fork, Flathead River near West Glacier in Glacier National Park in May of 1990.
Two LMX units bask in the late afternoon sun at the Santa Fe - BNSF yard office, which is located near downtown San Diego. The Coronado Bay Bridge can be seen above the units.