UP GP35 No. 744 is the first unit in a line of units stored at the shops. The line includes several GP9Bs at the far end, as well as a GP30B behind the 744.
At dusk, Rio Grande GP40-2 No. 3090 idles in the company of other EMDs. Here she'll be fueled and sanded.
In a surprise move by the dispatcher, BNSF 4998 East--a manifest--roars to life and will exit the siding at the east end of Bealville ahead of a stack train waiting on the main line.
A BNSF manifest charges eastward behind four SD40-2s along the famous bluffs at Manuelito.
Milwaukee Road Little Joe No. E70 leads a 262 train at Drexel eastbound along the St. Regis River.
As dusk settles over the Mojave Desert, with Amboy Crater dominating the scene, a westbound BNSF Z train climbs the grade on the eastern slope of Ash Hill toward Squaw Summit.
About a month after the devastating flood, when both Tehachapi Creek and Caliente Creek went wild, a Santa Fe eastbound crosses the latter at Ilmon. Even at this late date, the creek, which is usu... (more)
In light snowfall, three Metra F40PHM-2s await their next runs to Chicago.
IHB SW1500 No. 1509 pulls a string of tank cars through Blue Island.
At dusk, a pair of IAIS GP38-2s brings empty hoppers to Moline for temporary storage.
Near sunset on a beautiful summer evening, an SP Baldwin S12 switches cars.
An eastbound SP vehicle train literally skirts the edge of the American River Canyon as it climbs the steep grade between Towle and Emigrant Gap.
The engineer of TRE 126 enters through the nose of his F59 to prepare for departure from DUPT. His train is headed for Ft. Worth.
Two big DGNO gensets switch Reunion Yard as Amtrak No. 22 passes.
On a beautiful afternoon in July 1973, a pair of ex-NP "torpedo boats" idles at the BN engine facility in Auburn, WA.