A trio of BNSF SD40-2s round the gentle elevated curve out of Clear Lake headed east for BNSF's Northtown Yard.
What I'm told is one of the few remaining SD40-2 types still operating on the CP.......
Ten years after the Conrail split the numbers have changed but the color remains the same. NS 3361 former Conrail SD40-2, 6415 and NS 6744 former Conrail SD60I, 5621, are at North Yard in Winston-... (more)
RCPE 6430, former ICE 6430, still sporting the blue and yellow, is on the point of the LBFRC heading south along the Black Hills for Rapid City.
A four pack of RCPE SD40-2's all still in blue and yellow have the LBFRC south near Tilford, SD cresting another hog back and about to duck under I-90 again on its way to Rapid City.
Z389 gets a signal at 32nd street and heads North to Gadsden, Al
A four pack of RCPE SD40-2's all still in blue and yellow have the LBFRC moving past the Black Hills National Cemetary just south of Sturgis enroute to Rapid City.
Working their way in a southbound direction, Reading and Northern's WHFF 'West Hazleton Fast Freight' splits the intermediate signals at MP 99, just north of Tamaqua, Pennsylvania with a pair of S... (more)
The Side of LIRC 3001 one of two Honoring our Veterans unit the LIRC has, if you see a veteran or an active member of the military thank them for the hard work they do to keep our freedom!
Eastbound Santa Fe 5124 has stopped in order to cut out its helpers, which can be seen in the distance. Soon this intermodal train will be racing down the hill towards Mojave.
During the year 2015, Florida East Coast railway leased out some of their EMD power to CSX for temporary use. One of the FEC SD40-2's made its way all the way to Conyers, GA and was used by the lo... (more)
On a stormy afternoon in Jasper, Alberta, a westbound Canadian National freight departs Jasper yard into a moment of sunshine on September 18, 2002.
INRD 4002 (SD40-2) leads the INRD SAHW south out of Indianapolis, Indiana. A train dominated by INRD SD9043MACs, SAHW is led today by the unique INRD "Honoring First Responders" SD40-2.