The headlight of NS train no. 188 illuminates Norfolk & Western's coaling tower at Prichard. The train will soon drift out of view to the east, leaving the massive tower silhouetted against clear ... (more)
Basking in the early morning sun at the Kentucky Utilities Ghent plant situated on the Ohio River east of Carrollton, a small and presumably GE manufactured 45-tonner shows its age at the main ent... (more)
In the early morning sun, CSXT ES44DC No. 5226 leads a CSX through the street running trackage of downtown La Grange.
Near Verona on the former L&N to Cincinnati, a pair of clean "Bright Future" GE's catch the early morning sun on their crew run from Louisville to Cincy.
Two veteran CSX GE C40-8's slice through the streets of downtown La Grange at 1:00 AM on the morning of Aug. 8. The Louisville - Cincinnati autorack empties will soon resume track speed after exit... (more)
Four Union Pacific GE's lead a loaded Herzog train upgrade at Emory on the original UP mainline east of Echo Canyon.
After bringing coal empties from Newport News to the coalfields of rural Elk Run, three locomotives run light by the St. Albans Depot, westbound on the C&O main. A BNSF visitor to these parts is a... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal No. 50 passes the C&O depot in St. Albans on its early morning run toward Washington D.C. from Chicago. The train will make stops at Charleston, Montgomery, Thur... (more)
Westbound crude oil empties led by two CSX ES44AC's slice through the interlocking at Coal Dock, westbound on the C&O mainline to Russell, Ky. The oil empties are enroute to the Bakken oil fields ... (more)
Deep in the mouth of Buffalo Creek in the core of the Logan county coalfields, CSX CW60AC No. 635 sits as the east most locomotive on an empty Pardee train at the end of the line. The recrew has j... (more)
Amtrak conductor Larry Bjornson unloads bags from the new baggage car of Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 in a damp and humid Huntington, W.Va. on the night of July 19, 2015.
Run-through BNSF power leads a westbound Slyster, W.Va. - Monroe, Mich. utility coal train west on the C&O mainline in Hurricane.
With a half moon illuminating partly cloudy skies, a westbound loaded coal train exits the Coal River Subdivision with an approach slow signal at "Indian", CLF 1.0 on the railroad's form... (more)
Basking in Kankakee's small industrial yard, a veteran Grand Trunk Western EMD GP9 sits couple up to an ex- Illinois Central keep along the former IC mainline south of Chicago.
Basking in the humid July sun where temperatures have already exceeded 80 degrees at 8:00 AM, a pair of Canadian National locomotives wait for their next assignment in the small industrial yard in... (more)