A string of locomotives sits on the Gainesville and Midland (CSX)-Greenville District (NS) interchange in Gainesville, Georgia on a nasty, rainy April night. Though it was raining, this ended up b... (more)
One of the only 11 remaining high hood SD40-2s left on the NS system, NS 1632, sits in Gainesville Georgia on a cool, rainy April night. All 11 of them are Ex N&W, all the Ex Southerns have alread... (more)
Freeport-McMoRan Industries, formerly known as Phelps Dodge until 2007, 5-pack of re-geared GP38s ease down the 5% grade to the AZER interchange yard at the bottom of the hill.
Signal at MP 51 on the Missabe Sub is lined for a northbound freight as the colors dance in the northern sky. The Northern Lights were pretty powerful being this far north for a short time this ev... (more)
Rare Miles. One of the Batten Kill's two RS-3's rolls light engine past Witchcraft Body & Paint in the Village of Greenwich. This trackage west of the yard is original Greenwich & Johnsonville tra... (more)
CN has been updating the mainline around the Shelton Junction area to help increase train efficiency in the area. With that the signal system is getting updated too. These classic search light sig... (more)
A shiny Dallas, Garland, & Northeastern SD40-2 sits in the Carrollton Yard under stormy skies.
One of two leased ex-ATSF GP20 is used to switch grain cars around at the impressive looking old wooden General Mills Elevator S&X (GN Elevator) in Superior, Wisconsin.
The big power at the CHS elevator in Superior, Wisconsin pulls cars out after they were unloaded. The crew uses this SW9 almost exclusively to move loads and empties in and out of the elevator pr... (more)
CSXT 2501, one of the 'mothers' in the consist of the dual set of 'Mother and Slug' type locomotives slowly eases under the Norfolk Southern bridge in Kenova, WV.
Southern Pacific boxcar No. 661112 could still be seen in California Northern’s Napa Junction yard on March 13, 2006, complete with a peeling and rusting Car-Pac Loader logo on its side.
A veteran and friendly CP crew go about their business working some of the industrial area on Rices Point on a nice Friday afternoon.
Blue flag for the blue unit. MBTX GP18 #904 is the only locomotive on the roster to wear the blue, silver, and black paint job. Seen here just outside the BET shops.
*Taken on property with perm... (more)
"Harlem Line Departures". The iconic electromechanical "flap board" style display boards at Grand Central are all but a memory and have been replaced by LCD screens. Iro... (more)