"The Dark Side"
Too many railroad photographers are obsessed with the "sunny day" wedge shot---a brightly lit nose and low sun to illuminate the trucks (wheel sets) and othe... (more)
Helm Leasing SD40M-3 6080 leads a colorful consist on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train near Ilmon, in California's Tehachapi Mountains, on November 29th, 1997. Built in January 197... (more)
Got to reletter a locomotive for a new owner? Black electrical tape is the answer! SFGX 3090, seen here at Metro East Industries, Inc., in Alorton IL, is an SD40 that was rebuilt to SD40-... (more)
Southbound crossing Main Street .
Southbound crossing Kercher Street .
The 3170 idles through the night to maintain air on the train while the 4501 rests on the south end of the yard before the morning departure of the Radford Rambler.
Soo Line SD40 748, seen in the later "Candy Apple Red" scheme at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard in Bedford Park, Illinois, was built in August 1970. From this angle, one ca... (more)
Laying over at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard, in Bedford Park, Illinois, is Grand Trunk Western SD40 5914. Built by EMD in January 1970, this engine was photographed on September 21... (more)
As viewed from Algoma Central Train 1 on Sept. 28, 1993, a shoofly has been built around the washed out right of way at Mile Post 111 where a ruptured beaver dam took it out a few nights earlier c... (more)
Norfolk Southern's "Southern" SD40 number 3170 poses with Southern GP30 number 2594 at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's Grand Junction wye in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Photo by Casey... (more)
Power short in the late '70s, the Santa Fe leased some GPs from the Chessie System, as can be seen by the two GP40s trailing ATSF SD40 5004. To avoid numbering confusion, a 9 was placed over the 3... (more)
Grand Trunk SD 40 6425 is working the interchange with the B&O.
NS owned Southern painted SD40 teams up with NCTM's
Southern GP30 in preparation for a night photo session held on National Train Day held at the museum.
E/B down the Big Sandy Subdivision.
No. 192 begins the journey down the Big Sandy