Here's where No.3 track (on the left) - the lengthy low-grade crossing of Sherman Hill that was constructed in the early 1950s - rejoins the other main tracks via Sherman. The railroad narrows to... (more)
Approaching Dale Jct. we see there has been a slight difficulty with a coal train a few days ago - an event that doubtlessly tested my abilities at hurling dogcatch crews at a congested railroad. ... (more)
On a hazy and humid morning, loaded ethanol train 64K is stopped on the secondary with a pair of SD60's. The first is ex-Conrail and the CP unit is ex-SOO followed by a UP GE. From here it will sh... (more)
The morning of July 4th, Independence Day finds UP 2379 still holding at Fleta. A fitting unit to shoot on this fine holiday.
The northbound Guadalupe Hauler rolls along the Pacific Ocean just south of Santa Barbara.
Brand new 6060 sits at Portage Yard for training for crews by the SOO Road Foreman Ron Kaminen.
Northbound autorack empties pull to a stop under the signal bridge at Laurel. They were told by dispatch to wait here on a southbound grain train that was just leaving Oakdale. Dispatcher informed... (more)
A string of SD60M's hold position in the UP's Burnham Shops storage lane
As is the norm with this new local between Aberdeen and Willmar, it's an all EMD consist and the best one is in the lead tonight.
Three Cascade green SD60Ms shove on the rear DPU of a loaded Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train climbing Crawford Hill below Belmont, Nebraska, on July 22, 2003.