UP 1422 (a former Southern Pacific unit) gets ready to take a local freight out of the North Yard and head south on the Joint Line.
FEC 905 heads north with loads from 910 bound for Jax. Wed and Fri seems to be the days when extra freight from New Smyrna is sent to Jax.
Alaska Railroad's unique Hurricane Turn is sitting on its namesake The Hurricane Bridge over Hurricane Gulch. This bridge is 916' long and 296' from the top of the rail to the bottom of the Gulch.... (more)
The I&O's Blanchester Local rounds the curve past the former B&O depot at Midland City on the Midland Subdivision, appropriately enough with the IORY 3043, originally built as B&O 3700, on the poi... (more)
CSXT 6467 and a short Y222-15 make their way through downtown Columbus on the way to the Busch Brewery.
Nice to see a CDOT train with a GP-40 on it. With 3 of them out for repairs it make it harder to catch one.
For a long time, you could still find DRGW paint in North Yard. This one still has what used to be gyralights, too.
With a westbound train in the siding, Rio Grande Train 138 rolls east through Kremmling, Colorado on the Moffat line. The Union Pacific SD40-2 between the two Rio Grande units will become commonpl... (more)
UP 1422 (GP40-2) crosses the South Platte River.
CSX 6488 (GP40-2) leads CSX Y129 east past Girls School Road in Avon, Indiana
Conrail 3300 brings a coil steel train thru LaPorte, IN in November of 1998.
UP 1436 and 1388, both GP40-2's, pull a train out of the South St. Paul Yard. After clearing Barge Channel Road, they will reverse through the crossover seen here and head back towards the yard.
Northbound 313 is Hearst bound May 21st as it crosses the Buskegau River bridge located at mile 10 of the Kapuskasing Subdivision