A couple of SD40-2's move light to Willbridge Yard. They will probably be added to the Pasco bound manifest. Most of the power from Pasco, Wa comes west to Vancouver, Wa for servicing.
A trio of SD40-2's tug the Belle Turn into Sturgis.
I still have a hard time accepting that the Southern Pacific is no longer the railroad that serves scenic San Luis Obispo, on California's central coast. On July 31st, 1999, not long after... (more)
A Texas bound train is a few minutes out of North Little Rock Yard as it passes Union Station. Last out in the consist are a couple of GP's that are likely headed back to an outlying point after c... (more)
Used to be, I'd go out in search of SD40-2 in specific paint. Now, I go out in search of SD40-2. Period. Thankfully, many of them are finding new lives with new assignments, in this case an att... (more)
ICG 6049 in the Gray and Orange scheme leads a GP30 still painted in GM&O colors (the 509), GP10 8221 and GP40 3062 through the yard at Fulton.
How many Trainmen does it take to through a switch? Well...back in the days before PRO-BACK and a host of other body saving tactics most of us ganged up on a switch. Here two of our guys with a th... (more)
Kind of the "Huff & Puff" of the Portland area, the dynamic green duo of BNSF 1779 and 1948 move into the position to take the Lake Transfer to Portland. Someone dubbed "Lake Transf... (more)
Northbound twice a week BNSF "Pikes Peak Local" heading down normal southbound only main one near Palmer Lake.
We're at WP&L after delivering a Wyoming coal train. The train has come from Wyoming via the BN to Omaha then the Milwaukee Road from Omaha to Chicago via the D&I Division or the R&SW via Sturteva... (more)
Two classic EMD's of CP and SCL heritage are the sole power of this manifest freight.
We've delivered our coal train to the Columbia Generating Plant. We'll grab our caboose and shove back the seven miles back to Portage and tie-up.
An old warrior throttles up long hood forward as a small crowd enjoys a beautiful Father's Day afternoon.
While on a Road Trip, just happened to see some Locos switching. So, just got out of the car and took this shot.