Q251 is a bit tough to figure out in that it runs south one day then north the next, and has been thru countless schedule adjustments over the years, but can go two different routes thru Lakeland.... (more)
All economy class train, KA Serayu, hauled by GE U18C (CC201) is coming out of Kebasen Tunnel
O800 is lugging 90 cars with four SD70-types from Central to Winston Yard. They were chattering about this being their last day, the job was abolished...but I still heard it in weeks to come. No... (more)
February was a busy month, as it typically is, when our weather is at its most pristine. Hard to stay indoors! Needless to say, there are countless "everyday" shots I passed over in fa... (more)
Lady Liberty leads the Chicago, IL to Charlotte, NC hotshot 218/P99 on a cloudy Sunday afternoon.
Morristown & Erie's pair of FL9s are stored adjacent to the Jefferson Road Transload Facility on the Whippany Line.
The Silver Meteor heads over the Susquehanna River, active with boat traffic on a fine summer evening.
A nice mix of H2 and H1 Dash 9's roll across the countryside outside of Orion on the Northtown to Kansas City freight.
Five BNSF GE's of various ages - and cleanliness - hustle the San Bernadino to Willow Springs Z-train under the Santa Fe cantilever at "GI."
A lone RCO-equipped SD40-2 backs into the massive hump yard to grab a cut of cars for final assembly into an outbound train.
The "east train" enters the Government Bridge to cross US Hwy 67, CP's Davenport Sub and the Mississippi River into Illinois. The duo wouldn't be paired together long with 513 being sen... (more)
A Cleveland Electric GP38-2 sits in the engine facility area of Contrail's Collinwood Yard on a very cold and snowy day.
Ohio River Company's rare Alco S6 switcher does what Alco's are famous for while switching the Kenova Coal Terminal. We were treated to a good hour of classic Alco sounds. The old Alco almost look... (more)
A northbound mixed freight rolls along the Chester Subdivision with the Mississippi River bluffs on one side and acres upon acres of cornfields on the other.