Arriving in Michigan City, Indiana from Chicago, South Shore #15 is stopping in front of the South Shore depot and, in typical interurban fashion, unloading in the middle of the street. The motorm... (more)
A Pacific Railroad Society special operating from Los Angeles to Yuma, Arizona, and return is seen here on the eastbound trip out of L.A. as it makes a stop at Pomona. The power for this train co... (more)
A Pacific Railroad Society special operating from Los Angeles to Yuma, Arizona, and return is seen here on the eastbound leg of the trip as it stops in Pomona. The power is a GE P30CH and EMD F40... (more)
An eastbound BNSF stack train approaching Lyle, WA.
An eastbound BNSF manifest running along Hwy 14 between Home Valley and Cooks, WA
Still in New Haven colors
As soon as this train departed West Colton Yard, the rain started up again. This Southern Pacific eastbound hits the diamonds as it crosses Santa Fe's Third District at Colton, CA. The SP's trai... (more)
Gray engines on a gray day, as Southern Pacific 8591 prepares to depart West Colton Yard with a consist that includes U25B 6800 in Bicentennial colors, adding a bit of color.
A very faded Cotton Belt GP60 9686 brings an eastbound intermodal train around the curve at Hinda, just west of the town of Beaumont, near the summit of southern California's Beaumont Hill.
Southern Pacific GP60 9608 is on the point of an intermodal train as it prepares to depart Dolores Yard in southern California on July 20, 1988.
Cotton Belt GP60 9679 leads an eastbound past the cement plant at Monolith, California, just east of the town of Tehachapi, on November 6, 1996.
A Southern Pacific eastbound, with a Cotton Belt GP60, Rio Grande GP35 and SP SD45T-2, eases down Cajon Pass as a Santa Fe westbound, with "Superfleet" FP45 97 in the consist, also heads down the ... (more)
Transfer on the Rock Islandl; pedestrian appears to be dressed in honor of the Chessie paint scheme.
Eastbound switching at W&LE crossing
Santa Fe 95 is the former 5995, ex-107, ex-5995, ex-5945, originally 105. (Santa Fe did a lot of renumbering of these engines!)