Canadian National train No. 340, led by a Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific SD40, passes through a wintery Steward, Illinois, at 10:21 a.m. on February 13, 1994. CN operated on the Burlington Northern ... (more)
A Utah Railway coal empty meets a loaded train with mid-train helpers at the West Switch Kyune on August 8, 1999.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe train No. 14 heads east through the snow at Grizzley, Montana, on February 28, 1997. Former Colorado and Southern SD40 No. 6339 leads the train into an oppressive wind... (more)
A warm April 1997 afternoon finds Provo Yard awash in gray and red Utah Railway power. Included in the lashups are six SD40s, an F45, and an SD45-2. Technically the F45 and SD45-2s are SD40s as th... (more)
A Burlington Northern Stack train rolls west along Puget Sound en-route to the Seattle area on a fine late summer day.
A matched quartet of MPI rebuilt SD40s lead a Utah Railway coal empty east through Price Canyon approaching Lynn.
A short Montana Rail Link Gas Local rounds a curve along the Clark Fork River as it heads west towards Pipeline (Thompson Falls). At Pipeline, the crew will switch out the loads, and take a cut of... (more)
A unique set of Clinchfield EMD power passes the signal at the north end of Erwin Yard in this March 1971 scene.
The arrival of 11 rebuilt and repainted SD40s from MPI late in 1991 brought new excitement to photographing the Utah Railway. Here a clean four pack lead an export coal train through Spring Canyon... (more)
Burlington Northern Santa Fe train No. 14 heads east through the snow at Grizzley, Montana, on February 28, 1997. The railroad still looks like the Burlington Northern at this date, right down to ... (more)
Missouri Pacific units sit in the hot sun on July 4th. These units were delivered with the large stylized eagle on the long hood which really enhanced their looks.
With a new four pack of MPI SD40s on the point, a Utah Railway coal empty descends the relatively flat 1% gradient of the D&RGW through 'the wiggle', east of Colton, Utah.
Crew member protects the reverse move of limestone from Lakehead to Missabe Junction.
The 2200 job with limestone waits to head ofr Proctor as the 0600 job works on the ore dock.