Brand new ES44C4's lead a heavy 11,421 ton "K" train over the Continental Divide on a warm and windy Spring afternoon on the Transcon.
Two SD60M's team up to make .8 horsepower-per-ton on a heavy Superior, WI to Williston, ND manifest, loaded up with Bakken bound sand, LPG empties and pipe loads.
Priority manifest traffic from Spokane, WA to Northtown, MN crosses the swollen South Branch Creek on a beautiful Saturday morning.
High priority intermodal traffic from South Seattle to Chicago, IL works hard through Epping, ND and up the .66% grade on the new alignment, passing one of two elevators on the original route thro... (more)
Autoracks from the IHB trot Westbound along the sandstone formations created by what is now the Yellowstone River and past a set of vintage Great Northern searchlights awaiting replacement.
Two GP38-2's lead the daily Northgate Local past an old school house in what once was the community of Perella.
An old wood toothpick trestle supports two GP38-2's and the 23 car Northgate Local on a fine Summer afternoon.
"If those rails could talk..."
BNSF's daily Northgate Local rocks and rolls on 1914 forged stick rail that has seen it all, whether it be Great Northern steam locomotives spotting emptie... (more)
Two "Goatboats" lead a detouring Cicero, IL to Tacoma, WA vehicle train past a field of wildflowers dotting the landscape on the ex-Northern Pacific.
A total of seven SD70ACe's and one ES44AC lift a loaded coal train out of Montana's capitol city and towards the top of the famed Mullan Pass.
Manitou empties crawl over the swollen "Trestle Valley" behind a Brunswick Green painted Penn Central heritage unit.
The last maroon tunnel motor leads empties into Mintac under a mid April snow shower.
Storming along on rails she may have possibly ran in revenue service, the 261 passes the station sign for Norwood on her first trip in four years.
A steamy load of taconite pellets departs Mintac behind three tunnel motors on a cold, windy and snowy April afternoon.
Two wide cab SD40-2's lead the Keenan Switch past the vintage DMIR code line on their way back home after a trip to Mintac.