Two GP16 rebuilds lead local freight F795 into the siding at Slighs, on the former CN&L RR, for a meet with a southbound unit coal train. This was one of the last matched GP16 consists I caught p... (more)
Heading towards Tatum,SC and eventually the CSX connection in McColl. Unnamed dirt road behind Beauty Spot Cemetery along US 15/401.
Looking over the long hood of the '16. The tired old bell has trouble striking the sound ring these days, but still makes a wonderful sound upon contact. A sound, a ring, a melody impossible to re... (more)
Fall is coming to a close. Only a few shades of orange cling to the trees in the middle of November. The red brick of Washington's 2nd largest university still glow crimson in the low fall light. ... (more)
F-units, long hood forward, and street running are some of the operating treats that the W&I has to offer. Jeramey leans out the window of the '16 to get a view of the "summit" coming out of Palou... (more)
The king of the line, from a dynasty of railroading, Jeramey works his magic on the '16. The '04 and 20 off to the left will be MUed with the '16 to pull a mixed grain and pea train north to inter... (more)
Indiana Railroad’s GP16 awaits pick-up at NRE.
A pair of Pee Dee River Railroad GP16s switch the paper plant at Tatum, South Carolina. 1797 is ex-CSX 1797, ex-SBD 4751, ex-SCL 4751, ex-SCL GP7 839, nee-ACL 219, and 1842 is ex-CSXT 1842, ex-SB... (more)
With an EMD 567 working and leaking hard, the 316 flies across the Palouse pushing 25mph.
CWCY 1811 heads towards the interchange on the first "cold" morning of the year.
Hole in one! YRC's train to the CSX interchange at Porters Sideling has probably disrupted a couple golf games on this sunny day.
The little geep howls up the 3% grade between Moscow and Pullman with 5 loaded fertilizer hoppers in tow.
Moving at 30 though the harvested wheat fields of the Palouse.
Stan moves the rails from the Potlatch, ID line to Pullman/Moscow. Jeramey fires up the 316 in a belch of oily smoke.
3 loaded grain hoppers need some attention in Fallon, WA. They're grainy goodness needs to be hauled up to BNSF at Marshall. Stan isn't thrilled about moving them a couple of days early, but you g... (more)