Westbound BNSF freight passes through Oroville on a warm June morning.
HST traveling on this sunny day from London to points west. Waves a bit rough on the beautiful sunny day making sea wall wet, persons trying to avoid getting wet as the enjoy their stroll.
A recently repainted UP 6747 powers an eastbound coal train through Grand Island.
UP 5577 & 6177 lead westbound empties on the Kearney Subdivision.
All kinds of unbelievable sights on this particular weekend.
Another one that will be remembered for a long time, despite the enormous crowds leading to numerous duplicate views, this was a lifetime highlight of a shot for me.
A BNSF SD70ACe leads an empty ethanol train beneath the ATSF-style signal bridge east of Marceline.
A late southbound Crescent rumbles out of Gainesville after the station stop while P91 waits for 19 to cross over to track one before following them to Buford.
Snow falls, steam erupts. A fine day for sure.
TRRA 3001 and 3004 lead a transfer off the Merchants Bridge down into North St Louis heading for Norfolk Southern's Luther Yard.
Two class 35s (GE U15C) with two class 34s (GE U26C) lead a load of coal through Bergrivier station while a few coal wagons seemed to have been standing in the siding for quite some time.
Class One railroads are sidelining tons of locomotives coast to coast, a sad sign of the times.
This was a fun chase in the middle of winter, IP dressed up their classy train for blast from the past.
Eastbound Roadrailers approaching Tunnel 2