Two Indiana Railroad SD9043's lead a long #284 over the Black River and into downtown Lacrosse.
Two Indiana Railroad SD9043's lead a long #284 through Bangor and pass the local watering hole.
ETTS!Before the UPS container days, "trailer jet" pig trains could be seen across the Transcon. These days, all of the hot Z9's look like stack trains. BNSF's hottest train, the Z-WSPNBY9, ... (more)
A heavy doublestack destined for reblocking at Clovis, NM works East up the stiff grade towards the Continental Divide.
Ten-thousand feet of containers for China work hard up the .52% grade towards the Continental Divide with Haystack Butte and Mount Taylor standing tall above.
A CSXT GE sits on the point of an oil empty getting its first set of 14 cars loaded by the Enbridge personnel. NS's "Original NS" heritage unit is trailing.
Autoracks from Tacoma, WA roll across the Gassman Coulee trestle behind two GE's on a frigid January afternoon.
Two GE's lead a long and heavy Pasco, WA to Galesburg, IL manifest over the hills of the Big Horn Subdivision. With another GE pushing on the rear utilizing Distributed Power, this train would mak... (more)
Manned helpers have assisted a heavy coal load over the Big Horn Subdivision and now are in full dynamics, holding back over 18,000 tons of black diamonds on the descent into Sheridan.
Yucca plant lines the Pink Lady ballast that helps support the 1939 forged stick rail that the Chicago & North Western Transportation Company laid nearly seven-and-a-half decades ago, which is sti... (more)
DM&E 6051 leads two more SD40's and a long 77 car train through the Bad River Valley at a blistering 10MPH.
DME 4005 and 4001 have a short but heavy #570 in tow through one of the many sags on the PRC.
Crossing the Bad River, DME 6051 and two more SD40's have 77 cars in tow over the undulating terrain of the PRC Subdivision.
DM&E 6051 continues East at 10MPH, while cresting one of the many 1% grades on the ex-CNW trackage.
Thirty cars rock and roll at 10MPH on the 1930's CNW stick rail behind two veteran GP40's.