Livingston based local #841 passes under a classic NP signal bridge while doing some work around Bozeman.
A rare engine anywhere let alone leading on the mainline, W&LE GP35 110 leads the newly purchased 6989 and the 6385 though Akron on the CSX New Castle Subdivision. The hoppers are loaded with sto... (more)
The Logan based #844 local is working the Emerys Talc plant at Three Forks Montana.
The Logan based #844 local crosses the Madison River on the outskirts of Three Forks Montana.
The Logan based #844 local heads out the branchline to Harrison to work customers enroute.
#216 leads the Notch Train as they near Bartlett Depot.
#216 leads the Notch Train under Route 302 on an excellent Sunday afternoon.
The Notch Train takes a stop at Glen to make a passenger pickup, and then they will continue their journey to Fabyans.
Peeking its nose out from some burning fall color, the GLC OSTN makes its way back into Owosso, MI. with a grain train in tow.
A Former Rio Grande GP35 is photographed at The Wheeling & Lake Erie's Rook Yard in 2004.
The GLC OSTN rolls south of Byron, MI. through a forest on fire with color.
Descending a 2.2 percent mountain grade into Jefferson River Valley and the junction with Montana Rail Link’s Sixth Subdivision at Sappington, Montana, is the 844 local on June 16, 2014. The short... (more)
By the advent of CSXT time was short for the 35s. A few got CSX but I didn't get many of the former Chessie units before they were gone.
MRL404 built in 1964 for the Rio Grande, is no stranger to mountain climbing. Here the 50 year old Geep roars up the the 1.8% slope of Bozeman pass.
Conway Scenic's Notch Train starts up the steep grade on the old Maine Central Mountain Devision, at Hart's Location, New Hampshire. For more, check out my more)