In July of 202, CSX operated a 25+ car passenger train (I forget the reason). The size of the train was a bit too much for the 2 F40s, so freshly washed AC4400 #61 was added up front
A trio of CSXT AC4400CWs head north on EVWR's St. Louis Sub with an empty coal train destined for the Sugar Camp Mine.
UP 6248 (AC4400CW) leads CSX Q374 east through Indianapolis, Indiana past the house Peyton Manning built.
Danville-Decatur local train J712-13's conductor prepares to disembark CSXT AC4000CW 364 in order to setout 9 phosphate cars into the small yard at Ficklin, just west of Tuscola, IL.
One of the early combined EHH double down specials of two empty ethanol trains combined into one between Selkirk Yard and Buffalo with an epic five railroad consist up front. Catch of the summer... (more)
Eastbound coal loads have just passed the signal at NA, located between Mance and Philson, Pa. Wind turbine blades are evident above the ridge line.
Norfolk Southern Train 112 heads North through Argo, AL. With a colorful Locomotive lashup
Rolling westbound down the Feather River Canyon a grainer is lead by a pair of Union Pacific and a Southern Pacific AC4400CW Locomotive's.
UP AC4400CW 6705 and NS SD70ACe 1164 lead a loaded 108 car sand train down the main at Tuscola on UP's Pana Sub.
Still in original SP paint (albeit with a patch), UP AC4400CW 6362 leads MYCPB-13 down the main at Tuscola on the Pana Sub.
Elephant style YN2. CSXT AC4400CW's 405 & 336 are both in the rapidly disappearing YN2 paint scheme and are arranged elephant style as they lead a 60-car CN 327 through Sainte-Anne-de-Belle... (more)
UP 6675, a jenks repaint sporting the low nose wings, brings up the rear of this Ft. Worth to West Colton manifest.
Train goes to CP Rail Chicago Intermodal Terminal in Bensenville. Please visit my website where you can see photos from Poland - www.railphoto.info
The sun is coming up over Columbia as the daily autorack train is waiting for a signal at Elmwood Junction. It is sitting just before a MOW crane that has been working various parts of the Columb... (more)