A trio of blue and yellow RCPE SD40-2's on the LBFRC 20 handle another train of bentonite clay past the Black Hills National Cemetery just south of Sturgis, SD.
CSX train Q231-23 heads south under the cantilever signal bridge at Romulus, MI. Leading the train is a pair of ex L&N SD40-2s.
One of the very few times a year you can see non-FEC power south of Bowden Yard!
A trio of blue and yellow RCPE SD40-2's on the LBFRC 20 lead another train of bentonite clay through Sturgis, SD and past the Ford dealership as it hammers down for the climb up out of town on the... (more)
Ohio Central 4024 leads the second cut of coal cars back to the main as it twists and turns along the Cadiz Branch.
For more than a century this bridge in Sharon VT, has seen the passage of trains and is still marked for the Central Vermont Railway Green Mountain Route. At 0225 hrs on April 25 New England Cent... (more)
The night silence with only the sound of owls calling and water trickling is briefly broken by a mix of EMD and General Electric locomotives and squeaky flanges as New England Central Railroad tra... (more)
Adam Farence Photo...
A loaded limestone train destine for the stone yard at Martins Ferry heads east through Pittsburgh Junction with 4 EMD's on the point on a beautiful spring morning.
A trio of blue and yellow RCPE SD40-2's on the LBFRC 20 lead another train of bentonite clay into the town of Sturgis, SD on the Black Hills Sub.
On a pleasant Spring afternoon, eastbound Wheeling train No. 90 rolls into Hartland Yard for a crew change and work as a westbound hopper train idles on the adjacent track.
An NS SD40-2 is in charge of this westbound coal train as the crew prepares to wye the power at Schneider.