101 rushes through Colfax on the first warm day (for us) in a few days. Two motors today.
Three motors take 226 through St. Augustine on a mild morning in the nations oldest city.
BNSF train MMODBAR holds the siding as a fast moving Amtrak blows by.
Fore! Two golfers prepare to tee-off while the legendary engineer Dave Shelley hustles over 10,000 feet of intermodal through Daytona Beach on a fabulous January afternoon.
BNSF power sits on McKay track 2, a few days after coming south with a Military train.
Two BNSF GE's haul the U GEGBAR5-13G (Gregg, CA to Barstow, CA) upgrade out of the horseshoe curve at Caliente.
The fifth train of the morning, since sunrise, hits the famous bridge (which remains one of my favorite photo spots in the state). The highest numbered GE leads the way. With the EMD six-axle fl... (more)
Literally the first rays of light had just hit the rails a couple minutes ahead of #123. Even tho' it left Jacksonville an hour late, it made up for lost time enroute. It was a two-jacket minimu... (more)
In the golden hour, five BNSF GEs lead a Z-train west through Lockport.
Surprise! Every once in a while the FEC throws a surprise at you, like this ES44 - GP40-2 lashup on the high priority 101. A chilly day with a high of 46...
Florida East Coast train No. 226-10 crosses the San Sebastian River at St. Augustine, Florida, with brand-new GE ES44C4s Nos. 820 and 819 on the morning of January 11, 2015. They may be common-as-... (more)
Champs X 3 leads 101 on a crisp chilly day in northeast Florida. 101 was pretty much right on time which is normal for the clockwork running FEC.
A westbound Q train rockets over the Spokane River approaching Irvin on a warm late winter afternoon.
A mixed freight likely bound for Bakersfield or Barstow continues the parade of morning westbounds under the charge of a GEVO and two Dash 9s.