FEC 905 heads away from tropical thunderstorms, bound for Jacksonville after a hard days work. 422 wears the Retro Blue scheme being applied to 4 axle EMD's
NS H02 heading east through Mountain Lakes Train Station bound for the Pompton and Totowa Industrial Tracks.
The Royal Gorge Route!
Standing on the Royal Gorge bridge and watching a train navigate the serpentine route below is an awesome experience...as well as somewhat nauseating if you don't like he... (more)
NS H02 brings two freight cars and a passenger car west to Washington Yard. The passenger car is the "Henry E. Huntington."
Bay Line (BAYL) GP40-2 #6419, in the CSX Middle Yard, awaiting interchange and delivery to The Bay Line Railroad. Bay Line GP40-2 #6419 was built October 1973 as DT&I #419 and later became GTW #6... (more)
Road power switches Nahant Yard early in the morning after fresh snowfall.
Old Skewl, New Skewl Two EMD's with new and old liveries bring the 905 north with the normal Wed / Fri New Smyrna loads.
Ex NW NS 3092 GP40-2 and slug Ex NW NS 928 RP-E4D along with Ex SOU NS 5079 GP-38-2 lead a 30 car general freight south to the North Winston Yard.
A work train for the Gladstone Branch is tied up on Lyons Siding. The A. C. Motor Stop sign indicates that the wire above on the siding is no longer powered.
Not long before sunset, Copper Basin Railway train symbol OT-1 unloads its train of copper ore at the ASARCO dumper in Hayden.
FEC 905 rushes north with freight from New Smyrna Beach with two 2K Blues leading, a paint scheme becoming more scarce. Thunderstorms boil in the distance from a passing tropical system.
A Rio Grande 144 train is about to reach the summit of the Soldier Summit grade.
A southbound cruise train rolls along Turnagain Arm on its way to an awaiting cruise ship at the port of Seward.
The newly repainted CSX/B&O 6344 is the former Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4446, photographed at Riverside on June 29, 1986. This is the first locomotive painted at a Chessie shop in the new CSX sch... (more)