A beat up British Columbia cowl unit heads south along the Metra Electric District on the main line of mid-America.
At 8:19 p.m. and with only a few moments of sunlight left on the tracks, eastbound Canadian National freight No. 348 approaches Devona, Alberta, below Windy Point on July 10, 2014. British Columbi... (more)
An entire consist that was an Endangered Species Act unto itself. What's funny is....the BCOL motor replaced a THIRD WC Geep that had to be shopped in Prince George. The trio was back together a... (more)
Four motors hustle 314's freight through Foleyet
a pair of cowls hold the siding at Hawk with a 15 car manifest
Waited til two o clock in the morning for this one very rear to see one of these one the point. BROL 4621 lead's a oil can eastbound through Steward, IL
Northbound through the farmlands of central Illinois, former British Columbus Railway C44-9W No. 4654 leads a CN manifest on the Chicago Sub. mainline to Gilman, Kankakee, and onto Chicago.
BC rail 4613 leads NS 37Q South. Many railfan's were out today some chasing this train.
"High Above the Flood" The Potomac River is angry as heavy rains from the previous day dropped up to 5 inches of rain in the area. High above the raging waters is NS manifest ... (more)
Ohhhh Canaaaaada. BCOL 4602 highballs north with a mixed freight, just north of Turner.
A southbound 15T passes under the old Southern Railway signal bridge with White Oak Mtn in the background.
A CSX Yard crew brought this train up from Stanley yard and is putting it away in Lang Yard.
BCOL 4619, in original colors, leads the CN 377 at Baie-D'urfé, Qc. That paint scheme will become more rarer in the next years, with the CN colors starting to appears on ex-BC Rail units.
CN 331 with a solo BCOL unit on the point makes a charge at the grade on the cowpath and eventually the Dundas Subdivision.