A nice looking unit sitting at the old shop. I always loved the Santa Fe. BTW, that bubble gum machine must of been on top to appease politicians. It didn't do anything else.
Conrail OI-16 seems a bit overpowered with three units (including two former Erie Lackawanna SD45-2s) and 11 cars as it approaches NJ Transit's Perth Amboy Station. The train is running in a cut ... (more)
UTAH Railway SD45-2 9012, is at the engine terminal at Martin, UT. 4/19/1997
An old relic has shown up on the Evansville Western property in Mount Vernon Indiana.
Conrail JR2 is holding at Tremley Point for NS 66Z to clear onto the Linden Branch. The JR2, with NS SD45-2s leading, has one orange and one red LTEX GP15-1 units into tow. To the right of the JR2... (more)
AT&SF SD45-2 5856 leads a east bound over bridge #1, in Abo Canyon, NM. 4-14-2001
Freight Train over the Raritan - The entire length of a CSAO transfer train from Oak Island to Browns Yard is seen crossing though the central span of the Raritan River Drawbridge. For ... (more)
Conrail's OI-16 is pushing freight cars into Port Reading Yard. The two former Erie Lackawanna SD45-2 locomotives are on the former Reading Company's Port Reading Branch.
Conrail's OI-16 is departing Ron (Port Reading) with tonnage for Brown's Yard in Old Bridge. Power for the train are two former Erie Lackawanna SD45-2 locomotives. The train is on Conrail's Garden... (more)
Santa Fe eastbound LA to KC 893 train exiting west tunnel near Alray on Cajon Pass
Santa Fe eastbound Super C departing Barstow
Conrail's OI-16 has just made a set off at Port Reading Yard.
The crew has back their locomotives against the remaining portion of the train and is preparing to depart for Brown's Yard in Old Bri... (more)
Flares Through the Flathead: A trio of Montana Rail Link SD45-2s pull an eastbound manifest freight out of BNSF Railway's Whitefish, Montana yard just moments after sunset on January 20, 20... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe intermodal passes the old American Pumice Company mill in Grants, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.