With a mile long train behind it the crew of this empty coal train makes a fast crew change before departing the downtown crew change point in Las Vegas.
UP 5790 a west bound coal takes the curve just before entering the boundary of Erie
Pushing this coal train is CNW 8824 a unmarked CNW Operation LifeSaver
Rain doesn't stop these track crews here after laying new cement ties this Dual Sweeper follows behind the ballast reglator in a light rain
Even with a light rain falling down this Regulator generates dusk as it works on Main 2
This Plasser American Track Stabilizer vehicle sits on the eastend of thework site on this overcast and rainy day
This Federal Railroad Adminsration Muti purpose car made by Plasser Theurer sits at Needles observing the coming and goings of trains and crews.
This E/B with ditch lights off slows to a stop as the crew hurries to depart.
This W/B Z is suppose to be non stop to San Bernardino but with this SOO power behind this Dash 9 not having any dynamic braking. He'll stop in Barstow to switch power
This westbound stack prepares to depart Cadiz after waiting for the work gang to depart ahead. At 15:30 hrs local
This W/B auto rack slows departs Valley Mini-yard in Las Vegas
This mile an half W/B coal train is almost long enough to be in Arden mini-yard and Bard Canyon at the same time. To the right of the engine you can see a number of cars and a unmarked CNW Lifesav... (more)
After working from Moapa to Dry Lake, this sweeper sits on the siding at dry lake.
The local switcher cuts some cars at Jean Nevada
Rare to see on point this eastbound rock train sits crewless with the only company a homeless quarters to the right and a approaching eastbound stack behind it.