SP's Valley Camp to Intermountain Power coal train descends a 1% grade into Mud Cut near Mapleton on May 9, 1993. 9088 ft. Maple Mountain, rising 4400 ft. above the valley floor, has received a ni... (more)
Who's railroad is this? NS 6773 leads another NS engine and a BNSF warbonnet past the CSXT 3121 led grain train with a vehicle train though Grants, NM on 11/27/13.
Skirting the scenic Clark Fork, an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight passes through Lothrop, Montana, on July 3, 2001.
There's always cool power at the BNSF Argentine Tall Tower. Today is no exception. Not a GE to be found.
This is BNSF's newest hump trimmer at Argentine Tall Tower. Yep, an Ex-BN SD60M. There are 3 of them here now. From talking to crews they love them for the extra power. They can trim some big ... (more)
CSX Transportation CSXT 8786 SD60M northbound on CSX mainline Fort Branch Indiana August 25, 2013
SP's Skyline to Intermountain Power coal train begins its 50 mile descent from Soldier Summit to Provo Yard on March 6, 1993.
The local CSX Croton based crew takes the previous nights ill-fated trash train south out of Croton Yard. A daylight freight train on the Hudson Line is incredibly rare, only happening in extreme... (more)
The Berthold elevator switchers watch two SD60M's lead the Ross Turn through the siding on a cold but beautiful Winter afternoon.
BNSF 8141 'Cyclops' sits next to the former Denver landmark SD40-2 1651 (formerly numbered as 6851) which has since been relocated elsewhere.
Working hard uphill, two SD60M's have the Ross Turn in tow, passing an abandoned chapel in rural Lonetree.
Rolling through Ebro.
A ragged looking consist of SD60Ms (weren't these things just brand new?) builds its train at Gemco in preparation for a run up the coast to Oxnard and Guadalupe. Unfortunately for the crew (and s... (more)