A couple of GP-35’s and a GP-30 lead L&N’s hotshot “Tote” trainload of new automobiles southbound through Faber, Ky. on July 16, 1964
Northbound at CP Wat. at sunset.
Due to track controlling work late in the day the Logan Local has just started it's journey on MRL's 5th sub. Today the trip was short and ended already in Three Forks. Nevertheless it's nice to s... (more)
The GLC OSTN makes its way back into Owosso, MI. with a grain train in tow as some rich fall color graces the right of way.
With much needed crossing repairs underway, the GLC OSTN crawls through the work zone as Armond Cassill workers look on, awaiting clearance so they can continue their work.
Montana Rail Link’s 844 local climbs the 2.2 percent mountain grade toward Harrison, Montana, over this scenic branch on the Sixth Subdivision. Usually operating only once a week to Harrison, the ... (more)
The #844 local working a customer in Logan before heading out the 5th Sub branch.
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.