As 347 stands by on Main 1, X348 goes about its switching duties with a BCOL "Cowl" in the lead.
A BC Rail barn rounds the curve, approaching Schoolhouse Road in Frankfort.
After a recrew and some work at Joliet, the extra 348 train is back underway eastbound, with a British Columbia Rail C40-8M in the lead.
A sunny, Tuesday morning finds a BC Rail led X348 at Joliet Yard.
CN's L510 serves as a Milwaukee Coke Runner today as the light power move cruises past the historic depot. They will arrive in Milwaukee's Muskego Yard within half an hour and pick up 70+ Coke Loa... (more)
An empty grain train for Paxton elevator is about to the next crew change at Champaign, IL. This train has 10 miles to go and then a new crew will jump on for the busy night trip ahead. They will ... (more)
My first leading BCOL Unit drags a CN Train down the Ex-IC just north of Arcola.
Eighteen thousand horsepower from three GF6Cs take an AAR Lubrication Test Vehicle (measuring track friction) across the Murray River Bridge just west of Tumbler Ridge townsite.
A pair of GF6Cs assist a CN-powered coal train at MP 53.4 on BC Rail's Tumbler Ridge Subdivision. 7 miles west of Tumbler Ridge.
A single GE cowl unit brings a southbound BC Rail freight around the big loop at Pavillion. The 2.2% downgrade from Kelly Lake to Lillooet is the longest on the railroad--and in the northwest.
A three-car British Columbia Railway RDC train has just arrived in Lillooet from North Vancouver late in the morning of a July day in 1978. The train is comprised of two RDC-3 railcars bracketing ... (more)
A pair of well-worn BC Rail cowl's lead M335 across the city, ducking under 18th St. in the city's south loop area.
CN 332 rolls through Vaughan with a sweet consist.