Hide'n seek in the sandy hills
In many places in South America, the the Pacific Ocean coast is often engulfed in fog. This phenomenon is particularly marked in southern Peru near Ilo. After climbing about 600m / 2000ft, this tr... (more)
An empty hopper train approaches Leitchfield as it heads south over the hilly terrain characteristic of the Louisville District.
Southbound near West Point.
Empty hopper train LG3 prepares to depart out of Shively Siding and head south for the mine at McHenry, KY.
Almost camouflaged against the rocks in the yellowish evening light, the evening train to Cuajone climbs the hard grades of the Andes.
The Rarest Locomotive in the United States? I could not find a picture of this locomotive on the internet anywhere. This locomotive is owned by the FRA, and is used at the TTCI site for testing. N... (more)
Nothing but Speed lettering, the Wheeling way.
Just emerging from the East End of the Greentree tunnel is W&LE GP40 #304. This train normally runs around 10 AM, but today they were 3 hours behind schedule as it was just after 1 PM when this sh... (more)
Climbing the Andes at sunset, this is one of two afternoon trains going to the Toquepala and Cuajone mines.
Coordinates of the photographer: South 17d 17m 15.95... (more)
A PAL yard job led by GP40-3 #2119 and a Road Slug works Oak Street Yard while GP38-2 #3801 in University of Louisville colors and another unit await a future assignment.
The "fresh" crew for the 663 has their train sitting at the northern yard limits of Falls Junction awaiting the crew van to pick up the original crew.
Wheeling engines 303, 305, 6349, 110 and 102 lug a lengthy 663 south on the Cleveland Subdivision just outside of Streetsboro.