Even though Detroit Lakes is a station stop, the diesel engines have barely enough time to wind down. Almost as fast as they arrived, they're seen here leaving town, along US highway 10.
For the Empire Builder, 2017 is going out like a lion. After an engine failure prompted the addition of a BNSF SD70MAC, cold weather hampered things even further. At just over 7 hours south of on-... (more)
A pair of Burlington Northern-painted executive SD70MACs idle in Longmont as a late summer rain shower drifts across the Front Range.
After a cold morning filled with dropping off and picking up cars, BNSF SD70MAC #8912 leads the Longmont Switch over the Cache la Poudre River bridge in Fort Collins, CO en route to North Yard sid... (more)
An executive SD70MAC sits as a DPU of a empty coal train at Powerton Yard.
A CSX SD70MAC leads an auto train as it passes around Queensgate Yard and heads south towards Kentucky. Locomotives:CSX 4735 SD70MACCSX 5112 AC44CW
CSX SD70AC 4791 leads an eastbound entering the viaduct.
BNSF 8923 heads to the Denver Yard pulling a small work train, complete with an Ohio crane car.
CSX priority intermodal train Q004 speeds through Erie, PA with one of only 5 SD70MACs remaining in CSX's YN2 paint scheme. Locomotives:CSX 4559 SD70MACCSX 803 ES44AC
There is a variety of traffic going through the Denver Yard, including an inbound coal train and an outbound freight.
A short Q391 of only 7 cars is pulled west by two EMD locomotives. Locomotives:CSX 4799 SD70MACCSX 4225 SD40-3
The 1% grade of Logan Hill is the most challenging portion of the south exit out of the Powder River Basin. Two shiny Burlington Northern Sd70Macs and a SD60mac demonstrator scream in Run-8 up the... (more)
An Executive MAC shoves on the rear of an eastbound coal train.