GCRY 1105 pulling the Cataract Creek Rambler, a 45 minute trip out of Williams that was ran in celebration of National Train Day. Originally was supposed to be pulled by FPA-4 6793 but they couldn... (more)
Ontario Southland GP7's 383 and 378 pull ahead after cutting off some of their head end cars to store in the siding at Beachville. Tomorrow OSR RS18u 182 will run out here to grab the cars and tak... (more)
Amtrak engine 761, one of a couple of GP's that Amtrak kept at the Redondo Jct facility for switching, rests between assignments at the facility.
Against a backdrop of dramatic storm light, CNRY 55 hammers the diamond with the wye track to the I&O Mason Subdivision at Hageman with an LM&M Pumpkin Patch Express trip in tow, and restored DT&I... (more)
Traffic at Ash street crossing
The small Texas town of Grapevine utilizes a GP7 (2199) and a number of old passenger cars for their Grapevine Tours during the summer months.
The northbound Clarkdale-Drake run going past the location of the old Bear Siding circa 0630 hrs. Seeing this rather rare train moving was well worth the drive at 4 AM and the temperatures in the ... (more)
Here is a GP7 with its large UDE light...this is an early GP7.
A Wisconsin and Southern GP7 crosses the grade crossing as the blind spot mirror reveals another unit and from what I hear, the WSOR passenger car fleet that is no longer in the state of Wisconsin... (more)
Elevator M looms in the background as BN 1547 gets ready to move a cut of boxcars in place for loading
CR 5987 and a derailed boxcar sit in the bright Akron sun.
OSRX 378 and 383 speed through the outskirts of Beachville with multis for interchange with CP at Coakley Siding. Both high hoods are Soo Line in origin but have a TH&B inspired paint scheme.
The OSR Woodstock Job races traffic on Highway 9 entering downtown Beachville, Ontario. The pair of ex-Soo Line GP7s have their lengthy train of multis and mixed freight in check.
From my slide collection by JOHN NIXON.
a trio of geeps heads up a transfer from Duluth on it's way back to Itasca yard in Superior