The second in a series of morning eastbound intermodals rounds the curve in Alliance.
Late on a winter afternoon, a heavy westbound manifest trudges up the eastern slope of Curtis Hill behind three ACs.
The 2:30 trip to East Logan is seen crossing the Hocking River at bridge 59.5.
A well kept early EMD switcher. I would stop at the depot after school and ride with the crew as they finished their switching. Now and then, it would be getting dark and I'd have to hike a few ... (more)
The Jersey Central heritage unit has returned to Alabama for the second time in a week and the train is seen here tied down in the siding at Trussville as a passenger plane leaves a streak of ligh... (more)
CP 420 pulls through Marathon before the signals crew put up a new mast for the new siding.
CP train 118 pulls through the new Marathon extension
NJ Transit 4207 will be turning 50 in just a few months. Originally built for the New York Central in 1965, it's still going strong, pulling an evening commuter train out of Hoboken.
One of CP's newer ECO units makes runs light power over the Menomonee River for the short run north to Miller Brewing and the afternoon's switch work .
North Shore 1942 has just occupied the main track through CP Norry after coming off the North Shore interchange. NS 10A works in the yard in the background.
After a brief stop, the SOU 4501 continues west and thunders around the bend in Wytheville Virginia.
An ex KCS unit slowly heads east at the steel mill access-road crossing on the former EJ&E Lakefront Line. Son Mike checks it out after using up a few digital megapixels.
Norfolk Southern Intermodal Train 24E makes their way Eastbound as they roar through Lovick, AL. On their way to Atlanta, GA. With BNSF SD70ACe #9047 on the point