Eastbound commuter rattles into it's terminal.
I always liked these "torpedo boat" units for their air tanks and rarity. There were only four, all built to haul the "El Monte" and relegated to commuter work in their last years. This one has ... (more)
WB commuter train #151 prepares to depart.
Looking remarkably "unreconstructed" this unit may have handled a commuter run earlier (not the missing number boards) but at this time she's leading a more prosaic life pulling a local. If there... (more)
Hard to believe but a year later CP 101 is no longer a symbol and a sd 40-2 leading an intermodel train is a sight that is no longer seen.
SOO 6022 leads a nice EMD lashup up to the depot for a crew change
After shoving a intermodel train into the Lakehead the inbound crew uncoupples the 8868 from the tail end of the train and takes it to the shops.
Wisconsin Central dispatcher John Leopard has lined his last train into the Stevens Point yards at the end of his overnight shift this Thursday morning. Train LO18 and crew has been at it all nigh... (more)
Vossloh diesel loco # V 2106 manoeuvres inside the Luxembourg City depot. This loco is rented by CFL Cargo from the german "Mittelweserbahn" (MWB). It wears the logos of the two companies.
Altough a part of the "Steyrtalbahn" still exists today, operated as a historic tourist-railway, the depot at Garsten didn't become a part of the remaining line.
Canada's two largest Railroads work together as a team to help pull CP 223 upgrade out of Thunder Bay
Resting near the depot prior to starting its trip to Wausau.
CEFX 1055+ CP 9591 had just started to pull their westbound freight out of town and then BAM into emergency they went. When they couldnt get their air to come back up the conductor went out to che... (more)
CP 8811 comes off the shed lead to head to the shops as a westbound makes a crew change and 3 switch sets await their next assignment
Can you say lash up???? The locomotive hostler on this day put quite the set together for CP 441. A CP Gevo, a CN sd 75i and a CEFX blue bird. Thanks Hostler!