With fall colors occurring so early in the season in Alaska I was able to get a second go round on my trip to British Columbia as seen here as the southbound CP Way Freight rolls along the shores ... (more)
Wheeling's 711 stone train is tied-down at Rock Cut siding in Akron behind one of Wheeling's most recent acquisitions - an ex-GATX motor. A couple years ago and the trailing unit, 6384, would've b... (more)
An Indiana Rail Road train switches in Baker Yard in the late afternoon.
A pair of SD40-2s, both running long hood forward, lead Norfolk Southern train P61 south through Spencer, NC on October 15, 2014.
NS P90 Cries through Easley with ex-Southern high hood SD40-2 3280 leading during a downpour on a normal weekday Gainsville - Greenville turn.
Respondek Railroad Corporation SD40-2 1000, lettered for "America's Central Port," is the former RRC 2962, the same number it was assigned when it was a Union Pacific unit. And before i... (more)
A westbound CSX hopper train eases through Jones' Cut near Irondale, VA behind ex-Chessie and Family Lines SD40-2s, and three leased ex-Santa Fe C30-7s. The ATSF units were a part of the motive po... (more)
Q317 works west on the Mountain Sub, crossing over the viaduct in Cumberland.
After switching out a local customer, the WSOR twins and a GP39-2 shove back to their train before heading south with a destination of Kalamazoo.
SD40-2s in the Southern Interior: A trio of Canadian Pacific SD40-2s, two of which still sporting the "Multimark" that was first introduced in 1968, rolls across the Kootenay Rive... (more)
SD40-2s in the Southern Interior: As news of a proposed merger between Canadian Pacific Railway and CSX Transportation broke in the Wall Street Journal, the crew CP train No. 565 went about... (more)
SD40-2s in the Southern Interior: A pair of Canadian Pacific Railway SD40-2s roll along Columbia Lake on the Windermere Subdivision on Oct. 11, 2014. What was once the domaine of Fairbanks ... (more)
A gleam sunshine pops out of the clouds as a westbound freight crosses the river at Harpers Ferry
A trio of EMDs power CP 241 up the hill at Guelph Junction East.