As the BN started getting DP-AC power, they started messing around with DP-ing heavy units trains across their network. Late in 1995 they started testing stuff out on their taconite trains out of ... (more)
The storage line in Ravenna has just about doubled since November.
A CSX SD70MAC is in charge of an oil train off the CN in Chicago, as it heads east through CP 502 of the NS Chicago Line.
A CSX Autorack Train glides Southbound over the old Western & Atlantic Sub, seen here rolling in to Kingston, GA on a hot summer day in GA.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal empty passes through scenic Wendover Canyon near Cassa, Wyoming, on July 9, 1999. When the orange MACs were new, they didn’t look too bad!
Enroute to Russell, Ky from Hinton, WV, one of the Kanawha Subdivisions mixed freights, Q303 passes through St. Albans, WV on this warm Summer afternoon.
A new years day consist lead by SD70MAC 4544 pulls it's train through downtown Akron on New years day
Little Train - Great Land!
A pair of SD70MACs lead the short little northbound Saturday Winter Aurora passenger train out of the end of the road village of Talkeetna and into the w... (more)
Back when the days were longer and the hillsides were more colorful I caught a mixed freight of UP/BNSF interchange and COFC coming north from a connection with the AML Barge in Whittier. The tra... (more)
A westbound coal train is coming thru Graham on the outskirts of Galesburg. The new BN SD70MAC's started showing up in November 1993, and this MAC was built in 5-94. The BNSF went thru a big chang... (more)
An Eddie Bauer brings up the rear of an eastbound coal train.
During a decent snow squall CSX X384 comes through down with a SD70MAC for a leader, seems like these units are making a come back seeing how they are popping up on alot of trains.
The BNSF was just beginning to experiment with DP power and their MAC's on heavy trains. One of the test trains were on these Granite City taconite trains. Here NT400 pulls into Galesburg off the ... (more)
Golden hour light bathes the scene as the Coastal Classic rolls north alongside the Seward Highway and Turnagain Arm, slowly clicking off the miles to Anchorage.
On a remarkably warn and sunny end to August, a pair of SD70MACs have nearly 8,000 feet of train trailing on the drawbars as they wind their way along the Turnagain Arm.