Southbound Q317 is cruising at 10 mph along 2nd Street at sundown.
Crew change: a contract van driver waits at the crossing at the remote spot of Sinks, KY while a "dogged" crew prepares to be picked up and transported to Corbin. The conductor can be seen as he t... (more)
An appropriately painted "CW60AC" leads Q133 south between Cincinnati and Louisville on the former L&N.
A lone AC6000CW sits just east of Mexico Tower. Original B&O signals still protect the switches in both directions at this location.
Pushing South, a coke train works its way past North Troy on the Toledo Sub.
Florida-bound coal loads roll across the trestle at Lake City, TN behind a pair of CSX GEs and a single SD50. NS' Jellico Branch parallels the CSX mainline through Lake City and can be seen to the... (more)
Four big GE's sit at idle, waiting for crew. Just east of these engines on RC2 sit eighty or so loads of coal
which these engines will take to the Mt Storm power
A former AC6000, now a 4400 horse powered unit, leads a westbound stack train slowly rolls along the Truckee River as they prepare to stop at Truckee to let an auto train a head of them to clear t... (more)
Westbound Coal Empties roll west up the BBRR just east of Trevillains VA, site of a Civil War Battle.
Westbound coal train T361 crosses the Ohio river and into the state of Ohio via the 1550 foot long continuous truss span that is the Limeville-Sciotoville bridge.
Early morning along the BNSF Cajon Sub at Frost finds this Westbound UP with 3 AC coal units leading a Ethanol train towards Cajon Pass.
Union Pacific has always been about big locomotives, and while its DDA40X Centennials have long been celebrated, Union Pacific's most powerful single-engine locomotives have, since the mid-1990s, ... (more)
With the mailman making his late afternoon rounds on South Center Street a southbound CSX freight passes through the quaint town of Ashland enroute to Richmond and points south.
UP 7302 leads this short MOW train down Cajon Pass at Pine Lodge.