With the exception of the BNSF H1 paint scheme, all other variations the post-merger paint scheme with BNSF letters on the long hood are seen on this set power resting in Pueblo one morning.
Crossing the St Sebastian River on a pleasant Sunday evening.
The always impressive FEC 111 always has an interesting lash up of power, some of it bound for New Smyrna Beach. Now 111 goes to Ft. Peirce.
Today's 226 steps across the high tidewater at St. Augustine.
BNSF 8333 at Fullerton Junction - A wisp of white steam is all that remains of the large stack blow that AT&SF 3751 put out as the large Northern backed up down the car storage track (close... (more)
Battling up the 1.5 percent grade, a Los Angeles, CA to Memphis, TN intermodal train with two new ES44C4s begins to enter Crozier Canyon on a pleasant May evening.
As the morning sunlight starts to rise over the plateaus around the Truxton area, a westbound intermodal train starts to get up to speed after waiting for an eastbound to clear. Due to track inspe... (more)
Empty oil train K145-09 rounds the bend on track 1 at Rosedale.
A mix of BNSF and NS power heads south on the siding track for CP-87 in downtown Kingston after two CSXT run arounds on the main on a gorgeous spring afternoon in the Hudson River Valley.
4 units lead the ZNYCLAC down Cajon at Silverwood.
Westbound hotshot Z-NYCLAC descends Cajon Pass at Pine Lodge with a new 8300 series C4 leading.
Shots back at the marsh means Summer is almost here! FEC 226 is lead by champions, another shot I been wanting since the new motors arrived, but must wait for the light to be right.