A pair of blues pull a loaded outbound slab train into NS's Kenny yard and will shove it's train against a cut of loaded coil cars. NS's Mon line can be seen to the right of the train.
URR 10 sits bad ordered at Irvin waiting to be hosteled back to the Hall shops.
The afternoon remote job rolls past the recently closed Georgia Pacific mill along Duluth's waterfront. The still-used General Mills Elevator A looms in this distance.
Afternoon remote job pulls a tank car from the recently closed Georgia Pacific hardboard plant in Duluth.
A pair of BNSF switchers work along Duluth's waterfront.
A BNSF yard job has just pulled a boxcar of hardboard out of the Georgia Pacific plant along Duluth's waterfront. The prior day GP announced that they would close this plant at the end of the mont... (more)
123 and its slug switch out some cars for Centro Plastics.
A pair of Belt Railway of Chicago switchers, including Bicentennial unit #534, are about ready to depart the B&OCT's Barr Yard and return to Clearing Yard with a cut of cars. Tom Golden photo.
Five buttheads shove a train load of coke up the Munhall Branch ramp, through J Interlocking, and on to the Union's Port Perry bridge. The train originated at US Steel's Clairton coke plant and ha... (more)
A pair of Blue MP15's leads a cut of empty slab racks back to ET from Irvin as they pass under the 110 signal bridge, the only position lights left on the railroad.
Southern Railway MP15 #2383 was built October 1979 and later became Norfolk Southern #2383
The CRANDIC takes it's turn pulling the NRHS convention excursion on the historic Cedar Rapids to Iowa City interurban line.
NS has leased an MP15DC to the SERM. Here we see a switching move set up for the cameras.
When United States Steel ceased movement of crude ore by rail at their Minntac iron ore mine in northeastern Minnesota they sold off their large fleet of locomotives. This DM&IR train was the larg... (more)
UPY 1324 is done for the day as the crew guides her to the siding in front of the 36th Streeet Yard office. The crewman with the blue box is controlling the engine speed.