Dallas-Atlanta intermodal 220 has one of the oddest paint scheme combinations of the year.
La Yogurt, Active People - Active Cultures, available in original and custard. A reefer on passing 21J-18 shows that almost any product runs intermodal nowadays, while Chicago-Toledo 24N splits t... (more)
Dogging up the short but steep grade out of Winston with an eclectic set of power.
Originating at EJ&E's Kirk Yard, a manifest glides along the Grand River on it's way to Toronto. The rusty rails to the right of the main originated hundreds of GM automobiles out of the now demo... (more)
With single stacks to fit through the Pittsburgh Amtrak Station, hot 20E accelerates out of Elkhart.
A train of high proof hooch takes a right to stay on the Chicago Line. By the alignment of the tracks, it is easy to tell the former Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Line (now Grand Elk Railway) wa... (more)
Cruising down the newly paved streets, CN 8875 has all lights blazing including the markers.
NS Elkhart-Marion 312 exits the siding on the old CCC&StL main. According to the Conrail Historical Society, this is the only ex-NYC line to have PRR color position light signals, which were inst... (more)
An unusual extra, originating on UP at Yard Center with an uncommon Canadian safety cab GE, skirts the Grand River in downtown Lansing.
With 128 platforms of intermodal, Chicago, IL-Ayer, MA train 206 accelerates out of the 30mph curve in Elkhart.
Interchanged from CP in Chicago, you would have no idea this is a BNSF train at Dayton's Bluff.
Located between the medium sized cities of Jackson and Lansing and directly between Detroit & Chicago and having a decent paint scheme, it surprises me that the Jackson & Lansing Railroad is seldo... (more)
With a freshly repainted nose, an exx-MoP, ex-GTW GP38-2 is smoking like a train leaving Durand behind.
We got lucky with the sun, catching CN 396 splitting the signals at Vernon.
Chicago-Albany intermodal 22K passes the station and NYC signal bridge at the east end of Elkhart Yard.