Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW 625 and Dash 8-40CWs 836 and 822 head into Abo Canyon with Q-LACALT1 (Los Angeles-Alliance, Texas).
Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW 618, an SD75M, another Dash 9 and a leased Conrail unit, roll a high-priority Richmond to Chicago intermodal round the curve between Sais and Abo Canyon.
Jasper Yard is just about plugged solid as two westbounds (a third out of sight) are doubled over awaiting the next available crews to take them out onto the Albreda Sub.
A monday morning work train makes it's way westbound rolling around a steaming Truckee River.
A BNSF hot-shot heads east along the stratified sandstone bluffs at Mesita, NM. Directly below us is old Route 66.
C44-9W 651 leads four D8-40CWs near the summit of Cajon Pass.
For a good part of the afternoon of a hot June 30, 2016, we spent cooling off in the Missouri River in Lombard Canyon. Here, friends James Edgar and Robert Edgar and my brother Tom enjoy the water... (more)
People are lined up along the BNSF to watch the bridge implosion.
CNW Dash 9-44CW 8681 leads Union Pacific SD60Ms 6136 and 6318 and SD40-2 3343.
Above the Rails: Southbound loaded X64 beats the grade of Km 207. The SD70ACe is the DPU and the C44-9WM the helper.
A golden glow shines of a departing intermodal as it enters a four-way meet. In the bottom right corner, a coal train can be seen idling, having just arrived at the yard. In the background two sto... (more)
Two light BNSF units head east past a westbound NS oil train stopped in the Pine siding.
The engineer of the KCKPAS performs as roll-by inspection of a loaded coal train as the conductor walks back from starting the 6th unit.