Santa Fe 5354 knocks down ABS 3333 at Cosnino, Arizona on Sept. 27, 1990.
The daily GCR train leaves for the Grand Canyon.
N&W 611 has cleared Cooper Tunnel and begins the climb to Elkhorn Tunnel (about a mile ahead) by crossing the former N&W Bluestone Branch, shown beneath the trestle, lower lef... (more)
After receiving a recrew in Williamson, westbound crude oil empties pass CP 'College', westbound on the NS Kenova District with a pair of new SD70ACe's. This was the second spotting of brand new E... (more)
Canadian Pacific GE AC4400 No. 9549 adds some color to an otherwise dreary scene, as grain loads for Virginia split the N&W CPL's at Chattaroy, west of Williamson on the N&W Kenova District.
A pair of SD40-2's idle at the grain silos in Maysville, GA on the NS Commerce Branch.
Overtaking Metra SW1500 No. 5, CP SD40-2 No. 5946 leads a manifest east under the Milwaukee Road signal bridge in Chicago's distinctive Franklin Park suburb, east on CP's Elgin Subdivision.
Preparing for its station stop in downtown, N.C. Department of Transportation F49PH No. 1169 reverses past the former Southern Railway cantilever signal before returning to Raleigh.
Diverting onto the Dry Fork main from the Pocahontas District, NS SD40-2 No. 3284 leads a work train past the N&W CPL's at Ieager. Take a look at the N&W CPL dwarf protecting movements out of Auvi... (more)
A quartet of EMD and GE units pull a Santa Fe mixed freight across the 544 ft. Canyon Diablo bridge on Oct. 1, 1988.
A quartet of Kodachome painted EMDs (and a single Bluebonnet) lead a westbound Santa Fe mixed freight through Darling, Arizona on March 31, 1989.
A Santa Fe SD45, GP60, SD45B, and SD40-2 lead an eastbound piggyback train through Cosnino, Arizona on April 1, 1989.
Despite a heavy winter storm dumping several inches across NS' Bluefield Yard, railroading continues on the former Norfolk & Western mainline as NS SD70M No. 2643 leads an empty hopper train westb... (more)
On a bitterly cold afternoon, NS 9520 leads a container train along the NS Cleveland District, passing downtown Cleveland in the background.
At first, spotting this from down the road, I anticipated a complete F40PH. I was disappointing by a cruel optical illusion.