On a dreary late winter afternoon in Huntington Yard, an unusual unobstructed view allows us to capture much of the railroad's Huntington Locomotive Shops dead/storage line. Here, one particular e... (more)
A pack of EMD locomotives lead Norfolk Southern local train P61 in Spencer, NC on November 18, 2014.
CSX train K443 rolls up the ex-Central of Georgia main 1 in downtown Atlanta behind an HLCX SD40-2, which was at one point owned by BCOL, a DM&E ex-CP SD40-2, a CP SD40-2, and NS SD70, and a CSX C... (more)
CSX train Q268 heads for the River Sub with CITX 3068 in the lead. 3068 was built in September of 1970 as GTW 5929, before becoming GCFX 3068 and eventually what it is now.
On a cool fall afternoon, F962 wakes up downtown Waxhaw, passing the leaf-covered picnic tables and sidewalks.
It's standard cab EMD heaven for a moment in Bethlehem as NS local H76 makes a run for Portland with an SD40-2 leading three GP38-2s. This consist is passing a trio of Cana... (more)
Support for the local high school football team is evident as the 121 Job crosses Main Street in Downtown Elgin.
Coming out of the thickest fog I've ever seen, Q231 wastes no time getting underway after meeting Q506 just north of here. With the correct leader they notch up towards Deshler and points south.
11 NS former BNSF/HLCX SD40-2's are seen here stored at DeButts Yard in Chattanooga, TN. These units are now in NS Horsehead Black & are once again riding the rails
A trio of heavily weathered Canadian Pacific SD40-2s spent this sunny but cold autumn day idling in the River Yard adjacent to the NS Lehigh Line. Late afternoon low sun high... (more)
A trio of newly acquired SD40's lead the Cresson Turn southbound through Fort Worth.
One of FEC's pretty champs leads 101 today, unusual consist with the SD40/GP40, plus one boxcar and then the rest.
A rainbow of FEC power lead 226 on this warm morning, with the original "Champion" 714. Vegetation clearing has opened up a few new angles on this famous bridge.
Before the weather took a turn for the worse, a pair of dark blue SD40-2s, one company power and the other a rent-a-wreck, lead a Herzog train south by the depot in Cartersville.