Sad picture, this one. Here is D&RGW #5371 rolling east down the yard lead at Helper, Utah accompanied by 3 UP SD40-2's. This Rio Grande SD40T-2 and mates are headed out of the yard onto the UP ma... (more)
ATN Train Z390 is seen here tied down at 42nd Street in Birmingham, AL. Waiting on a new crew to take the Train on South into Boyles Yard to interchange with CSX
A two-unit SP helper heads downhill in fresh snow after helping a train to the summit of the Sierras.
SP 8549 leads a train heading towards Santa Fe Jct. in March of 1995.
The very last one is pulling it's next to the last one! So, in case you don’t understand that; the D&RGW 5371 was the very last unpatched and unrenumbered D&RGW unit on the Union Pacific. It is se... (more)
On the return from Searles, half the power was cut allowing this former Southern Pacific tunnel motor to lead the empty string of hoppers back to Trona.
The distinctive "snoot" nose of SP 8370 is on full display at the West Colton diesel service area.
A pair of Tunnel Motors and a SD45 head East at Rocky with coal destined for the Arapahoe Power plant in Denver. This train ran shorter than most coal trains and was interchanged to the BN at Denv... (more)
The sun begins to make an appearance after hours of darkness, just in time for Eastern Washington Gateway's "Scoot" to trot West at 10-per with three venerable EMD's and 30 empty hoppers... (more)
Lancaster & Chester Railway's slug set leads the morning train from Chester to Richburg on a beautiful morning. Here they are working to spot cars for the incoming train from the Lancaster end of... (more)
Ex-SP and UP SD40 variants shove on the rear of a loaded Trona train as it departs town. The famous Trona Pinnacles in the background above the head end power.
A lumber drag crests Siskiyou summit on the hallowed Siskiyou Line.
Lumber on the Central CoastA Southern Pacific eastbound, with Cotton Belt SD40T-2 8325 on the front, sits in San Luis Obispo, California, awaiting a fresh crew. This train, heading... (more)
Nestled in an offshoot of the New River Gorge on one of the plethora of branches in the area, a pair of silver and red tunnel motors meet the morning sun as they wait for the next coal train from ... (more)