MKT SD40-2 No.609 near Fort Worth, Texas.
After the head end comes down the grade at Cork, NBSR 6318 can stretch its legs, so to speak, as they approach the hotbox detector at mile 59.
FRA, Round 2NS 906, a FRA Geometry research train, rolls quietly under the PT 227 signals at Fostoria. Interestingly, this signal still displays its 'G' grade sign despite NORAC rul... (more)
Former ATSF 5178 keeps an eye on things in snowy Vancouver.
With tunnel motor 3054 out for repairs, GEXR is back running like the old days with 5 EMD motors in notch 8 as they climb up the grade through Mount Pleasant past an EB GO Transit commuter
After some work at Fredericton Jct, NBSR 6318 continues on it's way, passing through the community of Tracy, just west of Fredericton Jct, New Brunswick.
Three ex-Southern EMDs smoke it up as they roll west through a suckerhole of sunlight in Elmwood on their way towards Statesville.
Gainesville, GA to Greenville, SC turn P90 has just cleared the control point at Traber and the engineer notches up his four EMDs as they accelerate into downtown Liberty on their northbound trip.
From a distance, NBSR 6318 pulls into the yard at McAdam, New Brunswick. From a distance, the train looks tiny compared to the famous massive railway station at McAdam.
Norfolk Southern Columbia local P28 is notching up and blowing smoke as they get up to speed for a run down the SC-Line toward Orangeburg.
MKT SD40-2 No.627 with Conrail SD40-2 No.6506.
The up and downs of the McAdam Sub can be clearly seen in this shot, as NBSR westbound train 907 heads downhill approaching Cork, New Brunswick. Between mile 52, and mile 59, the terrain is full o... (more)
After a crew change and setting a unit off at McAdam, NBSR train 907 continues on it's way, approaching the border with Maine, and into Vanceboro. Seen here, at St Croix, New Brunswick.
Barely making it to this spot ahead of the train, New Brunswick Southern Railway train 907 comes out the woods and approaches the "Dirt Road Crossing", as the locals call it, at Vespra, ... (more)
A trio of Cascade green SD40-2's take headroom at Logistics Park with a cut of stacks. It is 2017, right?