Three Burlington Northern SD70MACs on a northbound coal empty meets a southbound Chicago and North Western load on the Orin Line main, while C&NW No. 8803 slowly moves forward while loading at Ant... (more)
A pair of SP AC4400CWs and a UP (ex-MP) SD50 pull a CBSSK coal empty through the Gilluly horseshoe curve on May 31, 1997.
Pulling with all it's might, 497 is leading a rack train north to Cincinnati from Louisville on the CSX Shortline. They are just about to pass the signals for a clear to enter the South Verona si... (more)
Remarks: It took a bit of running to catch this shot, but i finally got the view of Stenner Creek Trestle with the Coasts signature train. Behind the oilcans, we see groves of avocados and wine gr... (more)
A pair of CSX AC4400CW No. 592 and No. 217, are in charge of this southbound container train at the southend of Broughton. The crew onboard has ran out of time and is waiting for a PTI van to pick... (more)
The cans pass around the famous horseshoe curve of the Cuesta Grade on a warm June morning.
CSXT 495 and CSXT 3111 sit tied town at Miller Siding on CSXT's Barr Subdivision.
CSX Q003 zooms north, passing the Route 4 overpass.
Ex SP power heads west on a unit Potash train.
Ex SP power on a westbound unit potash train after meeting a hot eastbound at Heppner Jct.
A rather unusually late afternoon auto rack thunders past Mission San Miguel. This is the 16th of 21 California Missions and was established on July 25, 1797. This location reminds me so much of t... (more)
CP AC4400CWs 9826 and 9706 lead CP 143 through Elliott.
An eastbound crude oil train reflects the setting sun as it rolls into Belgrade on a beautiful spring evening, viewed from the top of the Belgrade Co-op elevator with permission.
A westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train snakes through the curves of Black Canyon, west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on June 25, 2006.
CP 253 over the St-Lawrence. CP 253 has a short train powered by three CP GE's (CP 8515, CP 9604 & CP 8920) as he crosses the St-Lawrence river, his journey to St-Luc Yard in Montreal almos... (more)