West of Perma, Montana, on May 21, 2011, Montana Rail Link’s gas local skirts the Flathead River on the scenic Tenth Subdivision. Leading the eastbound train is EMD SD45 (rebuilt by MRL and labele... (more)
Train 102 accelerates east out of Swan Landing along Brule Lake near the east entrance of Jasper National Park after meeting trains 103 and 117 at Swan Landing. The train was in a race against the... (more)
Set of power with a nice one on the front. I forgot to add a label.
18-422 in her "Blue" PRASA livery, together with 18-412 ("Purple" Shosholoza Meyl livery) are bang on time as they leave Lidgetton Station behind them with the Sunday morning return service of the... (more)
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a pair of SD40-2's pull extra tonnage through Marathon which seems to have the most snow, more than any place on the Heron Bay/Nipigon Subs and CN's Caramat Sub!
NJ Transit is now running midday trains to NYC on the Raritan Valley Line, making the dual mode ALP-45DPs regulars on the RVL.
A crew change was made on this westbound J-train.
Maryland Midland 300 is seen leading two sister units that have been recently repainted into the G&W corporate scheme as they prepare to pull rock loads from the quarry in Woodsboro, MD.
Once again the local has gone "dead on the law" and will wait in Abingdon for a crew to be bused out at a latter time. Three units consists are rare and look, these all match.
ex GT 7011
Heading for Manassas and points north
MOAY (now "206") rolls through Montague, Massachusetts with some big NS power in charge. For more, check out my Flickr!