A pilot from Canadian National has just climbed onboard Richmond-Southwark(CN) St Lawrence & Atlantic #393 as it departs St Rosalie. Shortly, the consist will cross over to the Canadian Nationa... (more)
Working under the G&W umbrella, Indiana Southern GP40 #4040 leads a Bay Line fertilizer train south across Bayou George into Panama City, Florida.
The Rio Grande/Southern Pacific hookup is symbolized by this westbound lumber drag passing Mount Shasta.
The Ringling Bros. Circus Train has departed New Hampshire for the last time and takes its final journey over B&M rails towards the CSX interchange in Worcester. The line follows the bends in the ... (more)
The days of multiple Geeps guiding this job into town Mon-Fri are long gone, but what remains is the almost-clockwork arrival around 1130AM.
An assortment of Rio Grande power at the diesel service area on a beautiful July morning.
Straight GP40s were hard to find on CSX in 2004. This ex-SCL unit was having an identity crisis with it's old paint showing through and a battery door from a former B&O unit.
From 1890 to 2013, Beacon Park Yard in the Allston section of Boston was a busy terminal for the Boston & Albany and successors NYC, PC, CR, and CSX. It was closed in 2013 to free up the valuable ... (more)
Sequatchie Valley Railroad GP40 3002 approaches D J Nootens Drive crossing as it pulls SQVR MP15AC Y1466 (not running) and 70 empty hoppers out of the USG Corporation plant in Bridgeport, AL.
WAAY heads West on the former Boston & Maine 'Lowell Branch" in Tewksbury, MA. In the foreground, the former spur to the Market Basket distribution center is seen severed from the "Tewks... (more)
Waiting for a crew on the former PRR just east of the old depot.
Sequatchie Valley Railroad GP40 3002 switches the Beaulieu of America plant in Bridgeport, AL.
With an threatening sky for a back drop Southwest Portland Cement GP40 412 works with SDP35 411 at Victorville.
“The Heartbreak of Corrosion”:
Rust has taken its toll on the best part of the B&O paint scheme—the Capitol Dome emblem—on this GP40, acting as lead unit on a westbound manifest at Harwood (mp 1... (more)