An eastbound UP freight from the Ferromex interchange at the Mexican border at Eagle Pass, TX crosses Hondo Creek between Hondo, TX and Dunlay, TX.
During the second weekend of the 2013 Nevada Northern Winter Steam Spectacular photo shoot, #40 pulls a box car train through the yard, seen here passing the coal tipple and water tower.
The Nevada Northern, a tribute to railroading and a way of life long past, gathers its vintage equipment together every winter for groups of railroad photographers to experience, as Executive Dire... (more)
Shortline power awaits the call to duty on Monday morning on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in central Texas.
A rarely seen visitor in Texas, EMDX 1204 sits outside the fence for the first time since late November.
FCEN 65 awaits the call of duty at their operation in Newberry, FL.
Worn from the weather and the hot Texas sun, the old AT&SF logo and station sign at McGregor continue to witness the passing of BNSF freights and Amtrak passengers in 2013.
The contract switcher's at KCS's Dallas Intermodal Yard pull a cut of empty well cars out of a storage track while local KCS power looks on.
DGNO's Garland turn passes the KCS Dallas Yard on its way south to pick-up cars from the UP. I guess this paint scheme will go the way of history and become orange and black in the near future.
A southbound freight, heavy with empty cars for plastics and chemical companies, passes the old AT&SF depot in McGregor, TX on its way to its next crew change in Temple, TX.
An eastbound UP stack train passes through remote Harwood, TX under a former SP signal bridge on the Sunset Route. While this signal bridge looked better with searchlights, it is good to see it t... (more)
A BNSF trackage rights train to Hondo, TX (for interchange with the Hondo Railway) crosses the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, TX as it heads south on UP's Austin Sub.
ATSF 3751 steams eastbound toward the Grand Canyon across BNSF's Transcon. What diesel protect power?
One of FEC's Ft. Pierce based locals arrives in Stuart to switch the Rinker cement plant.
The Galveston Chief approaches its final destination of the Galveston Railroad Museum, seen here from the 51st St. overpass.