NS C76 pulls into Conway Yard after cutting off from a train just west of the Yard.
CSX loaded coal train N016-15 crawls up the grade into Emerson,GA behind SD40-2's #8462 & #8350, AC4400CW #130 & ES44AC #3308. This train normally would have gone through Birmingham but due to a d... (more)
Northbound Ditcher #1 pulled by SD40-2 1735 rolls into Cochrane Yard from Englehart July 19th
After shooting an Oakway-led BN coal train on the bridge at Larkspur, Colorado, we scrambled down the ... (more)
Having arrived early this morning, UP's United Way locomotive idles in the yard on the point of an STEK (Stockton, CA to Elko, NV manifest).
A southbound BNSF manifest rattles over the Modoc Line diamond at Stronghold. Although replacements are waiting to be cut in, the ex-Great Northern semaphores protecting the crossing survived long... (more)
At this time train EFZ was the only daily eastbound MoPac train operating between El Paso and Fort Worth on the former T&P west end. SP run thru power was commonplace on this train. Clyde siding i... (more)
A Strange Turn of EventsNormally, there's no freight traffic on the Minersville branch on a Saturday, but due to some extraneous circumstances (a minor derailment, I heard) near Tre... (more)
NS SD40-2 #3306 leads southbound Norfolk Southern manifest train #371 through the Oostanaula Bend Loop grade crossing at milepost 61 near CP "Hall" approximately six miles south of Sugar... (more)
A rebuilt SD40-2 duo switch the west end of Albina Yard.
It's an extremely foggy SW VA morning. The head light on a CSX coal train, running on NS trackage rights between Big Stone Gap, Va. and Frisco, Tenn., slices through the dense fog approaching East... (more)
With a solid load of coal from the Powder River Basin, a Burlington Northern train crosses the well-known Santa Fe bridge on the Joint Line at Larkspur, Colorado.
A pair of SD40-2's wait in the BNSF engine servicing yard for the call to action. BNSF 1812 used to be in the ATSF Bluebonnet paint scheme.
SIFX 7804 switches the large auto facility at San Bernardino on a very hot afternoon in the Inland Empire.