A BNSF stack train barrels east under one of the few untouched ATSF bridge signals left on the TransCon.
A lot of people on this bridge. The tramways run very slowly
Sliding down the western slope of Tehachapi Pass, is northbound BNSF 6704 with a mixed manifest. The headend of the manifest is approaching tunnel 4 while further up the mountain the train is stil... (more)
The crew of BNSF No. 6704 is almost out of time as the manifest makes it to Bealville for a crew change. Spliced in behind the lead unit is GP38-2 No. 2101 still in BN colors.
CSS SD38-2 805 is running long hood forward and is looking good in its fresh new paint scheme, as it heads east under NICTD catenary wire on Veteran's day.
Southbound Stacks hold for the northbound mixed manifest that is drifting down the last of the 2% grade on Tehachapi pass and around the horseshoe curve at Caliente. A Santa Fe Warbonnet is part ... (more)
After holding for a meet at Bealville, BNSF No. 6851 gets it's tonnage of perishables and stacks moving up the grade through tunnel 5. Exhaust pours from the tunnel with the effort.
NS 3382 is shoving a cut of cars back down the lead to the classification yard track 12 on this hot May morning. Since humping action was put on idle for almost a year, the SD40-2 has been a power... (more)
CSS 2009 works the Carroll avenue yard in Michigan City Indiana.
Norfolk Southern C40-9W No. 9247 leads an autorack train north across the famed High Bridge trestle on NS' CNO&TP 1st District in beautiful rural Kentucky.
The Ski Train aka Winter Park Express kicks up snow on a cold and blustery Rocky Mountain afternoon.
End of the day at Chama following the final revenue run of the 2017 season.
A stone train with LAFX hoppers throughout passes CP 194
Sporting some new paint, this former Canadian National EMD GP40-2LW #9619 is looking much better under it's new owner of Precision Locomotive Services.
A view of the Tehachapi Loop from the northside. The end of the southbound Union Pacific Mixed Manifest is still coming up from Woodford and the headend is pulling up and around the top of the Loo... (more)