On a sunny afternoon in central Oregon, all that can be heard is the flowing Deschutes River below. This changes dramatically with the introduction of a new resonance coming from down river. Slowl... (more)
A trifold of GE motors bring up the end of a grain heading up the Oregon Trunk.
Former Duke Power GE 25 Ton diesel is seen on the turntable at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
Slugging its way up the grade, an empty grain roars up the grade at Moody.
A lone C420 running long hood forward lugs a cut of cars across the vertical-lift through truss bridge spanning the Arkansas River on its way to the Fort Smith interchange yard.
Different colors are waiting in the afternoon sun
While a Union Pacific manifest rolls by underneath, a BNSF grain peeks out of the Oregon Trunk's Columbia River crossing.
A GE AC4400CW-CTE brings up the rear of this westbound stack train as it rounds the curve at Archer Hill, Wyoming just east of Cheyenne.
A UP perishable train is seen moving east through the UP Yard at Laramie, Wyoming.
At the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC, Duke Power GE 25 ton switcher #5951 is seen moving auxiliary water tender for Norfolk and Western J #611 on the turntable.
With some nice evening light the Utah 5005 is winding it's way through Kyune with it's train and helpers in an area none as the goose neck.
A few minutes before sunset
Storms roam across the western sky in northern Illinois as an inbound Metra train to Chicago arrives at the La Fox station on June 20, 2015.
After arriving in the small town of Wister to pick up 21 storage cars, the crew ties down the GP30 before a quick lunch at the Caston Creek Bar & Grill.