A colorful combination of BNSF 6300 and BNSF 156 lead a southbound local out of Ardmore for the quick trip back to Gainesville (TX). The 6300 was originally classified as a SD40u but was de-rated ... (more)
A unique (for the Twin Ports) Santa Fe SD39 switches the car shop in Superior where a faded BN logo still adorns the sign on the right.
One of several jobs working the 28th St Yard
Ready at the rack.
BNSF 1919 rests between jobs at the BNSF Belknap engine facility.
A gaggle of old dinosaurs tow a heavy freight past the timber bones of the razed Mechanicville Yard on a beautiful spring evening.
Trim power pulls a completed train, with a nice consist of combines up-front, from the classification bowl to back into the departure track.
No. 40 leads the Northfield Turn out of Lakeville.
No. 40 kicks up a little snow running through a drift near Lakeville.
SD39 No. 40, in MN&S colors, with the daily Northfield-Lakeville turn. Here the train is heading back towards Northfield in the early afternoon hours. Progressive keeps their units spotless, eve... (more)
Progressive's SD39 No. 40 ambles towards Northfield on the return trip from Lakeville. This unit was built for the Minneapolis, Northfield & Southern in 1968 and worked this very line in regular ... (more)
Note GP30 behind 5325
Two SD39s and a GP39 at the ore dumper in Hayden AZ.
Southern Pacific's SD39s were ordered with extra ballast for lugging freight through the Tehachapis, but this later date finds a number of them serving in the helper pool out of San Luis Obispo.
A switch crewmember hitches a ride on a slug at Barstow.