A pair of Conway Scenic geeps during the blue hour. CSRX 216 and CSRX 252 (ex-N&W GP38 and ex-MEC GP38 respectively, both acquired as a trade to Pan Am for Conway Scenic's ex-CN F-units) ar... (more)
The RR CHASR looks on as a Yellowbonnet leads five other EMD's into Galesburg on a picture perfect afternoon.
Catching the Logan Local (aka MRL 844) wasn't easy these days due to track work and such things, but finally I was successfull. Here we have GP-35 #406 with a short one heading to Three Fork. It h... (more)
The local crew has cut off and tied down their caboose while they shove cars across busy Highway 89 and into the R-Y Timber facility on the south side of Livingston. This short segment in Livingst... (more)
Livingston local backing into Livingston yard after working local lumber company.
MRL local 841 glides over the summit of Bozeman Pass. The original NP tunnel can be seen on the right.
The first GP35s on the Southern system were five Central of Georgia units, which arrived in late 1963 on trade-in EMD Blomberg trucks. The first of the group is shown at Andover. The units were re... (more)
Some days, everything that you want, comes together perfectly, such was the case as the GLC OSTN pulls a cut of damaged surplus military artillery equipment from Camp Grayling out of the yard in D... (more)
Climbing into Harrison: Horses try to keep a driving rain out of their faces as Montana Rail Link’s 844 local climbs the 2.2 percent mountain grade into Harrison, Montana, over this scenic branch ... (more)
CRANDIC job switching Cedar Rapids
The Shepherd Elevator Trackmobile operator takes a break to watch the GLC ONTN roll south past the elevator as they were told to halt operations until the train cleared town and the siding.
KCT transfer job returning from KCS Knoche yard emerging from "gooseneck" into "bottoms" heading for home at Mill Street yard