Inbound train arriving Trona
A set of Trona power was heading west away from Trona
Ballast and tie replacement work has recently been completed here where the Amboy Secondary and the Gillespie Branch lines meet. Extra piles of ballast and old ties are visible to the left. The... (more)
After delivering the OI-16 transfer this pair of Ex-Erie Lackawanna SD45-2s rest in the yard, while the evening steel mill train is being assembled in the background.
Leasers: Nine of Montana Rail Link's SD45-2s are earning their keep this spring by being leased to BNSF Railway. Most of the engines, like MRL No. 329 and its sister seen here at Alberton, ... (more)
Eastbound Super C approacing SP crossing Colton
Signs are everywhere that a major tie replacement project in and around Browns Yard will soon be getting underway. Here a pair of SD45s are running light back to Oak Island Yard past recently pla... (more)
MRL's trio of leased SD45's strolls East down the 0.6% grade into Berthold, passing a huge pile of dirt that will be used to fill in one of the many ponds along the right-of-way, allowing the seco... (more)
Cruising past the new intermediate signal for the approach-block to East Palermo, and hugging the dirt work for the second mainline as part of the double-track project, MRL 332, 330 and 327 have a... (more)
MRL in North Dakota! 60 cylinders of leased EMD goodness screams out of the White Earth Valley with the Minot-bound GREX slot train and leans into "Whiskey Curve", where decades ago, a whis... (more)
The afternoon transfer from Oak Island has just arrived at Browns Yard with the moon hanging above.
After delivering the Oak Island transfer to Browns Yard, this pair of SD45s are now leading the steel mill train up the Gillespie Branch. The train is paralleling Jernee Mill Rd. as it passes by... (more)
MRL 327 leads two sister 45's on the head end of a manifest freight through Tobin, MT.
Southbound B&P BNZ mixed freight approaches the Harvey's Run Road crossing a few miles north of Dubois.
A pair of former Erie Lackawanna SD45's (1705 & 1701) head south through Port Reading.