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.
Three deuces lead a 139 car #482 past BNSF's Northtown Yard on a beautiful Spring morning.
She's back! After four years of being dormant in the shops in Mineapolis receiving a complete overhaul, Milwaukee 261 attacks the mainline for the first time, leading a five car test train ... (more)
The half-mast flag flies in the gentle breeze on a gorgeous Spring afternoon, as Amtrak's Ph. II heritage unit leads the St. Louis bound Missouri River Runner.
Yet again, the Wabash unit makes an appearance in the KC area... This time it led the Lincoln to Kansas City manifest, seen passing the old depot in beautiful Weston, Missouri.
A Wabash painted SD70ACe briefly disrupts the small river community of Parkville on a beautiful -and stormy, Spring afternoon.
The Argentine to Omaha manifest works its way through the famous West Bottoms, with NS's Wabash heritage unit leading the charge.
Three GP30 bodies wait for the light to continue their trek to the KCS with the transfer job from Argentine.
Tommy Hill empties cruise West along the NS, utilizing trackage rights from the Brookfield Sub to get into Kansas City. EMD's look great when they're new!