A rare leader for the Asheville District, CEFX AC4400 leads eastbound manifest train 134 on a crystal clear November morning at Old Fort.
Weekend Stay at the Station
Hurricane Sandy crippled many railroads throughout the Garden State, the NYS&W being one of them. The day before Hurricane Sandy an FRA inspection t... (more)
Light Engines on the Hudson Secondary
In an unusual Saturday daylight move on the Hudson Secondary three EMD's are running light from Campbell Hall to Warwick, NY. There they w... (more)
Norfolk Southern manifest train #175 races south through the Watertank Road grade crossing near milepost 58 at CP "Talley" approximately 3 miles south of Sugar Valley, Georgia on the NS Atlanta No... (more)
Norfolk Southern manifest freight 117 rolls through the curve at CP 246 on Main 2 westbound into Sharon Yard with a pair of leasers on the point, led by the CEFX 6015.
A little something out of the ordinary, CEFX 118 adds some colour as it leads a grungy AC4400 through the CTC double track with 12,000 tons of train.
NS has recently put a large group of SD60s on lease from various leasing companies to help with power shortages. A pair of those leasers, in the form of ex-SOO and an ex-BN/BNSF "Triclops&quo... (more)
A pair of ex-BN SD60M sit with other units of mingled ancestry, including the rotary snowplow in the very background.
Bluebirds Assault the Mountain
A quartet of leased CEFX SD40M-2's bring the evening SU-99 through Oak Ridge, NJ as they near the summit of the grade in Stockholm, NJ. The units... (more)
CEFX AC4400CW leads a mix of tanks and covered hoppers westbound down through Jaws of Death Gorge. The low water level of the river though makes it look peaceful.
A pair of big blue ACs roll through the rock cuts on their way to Tilden for a load of pellets
With the moon off its nose, CEFX (SD40-2) brings a string of freight cars out of the Denver Yard and over the South Platte River.
Here's a shot I overlook far too often in favor of something else, a southbound train running railroad north over Shingle Creek on the approach to Kissimmee's siding. This is actually an L213 tha... (more)