The Ship Mountains provide a beautiful canvas for the colorful consist of train 708 crossing Watson Wash.
A wall o' domestic doublestacks winds into Crozier Canyon.
The daily train swap between BNSF & AZRC. The lead Warbonnet was brand new when I started taking train photos... it has seen a few modifications since then including a black plow, grey repainted ... (more)
A Georgia Power empty coal train curves through "Coca Cola" curve and under the old Southern cantilever signal bridge at Grinnell.
Climbing upgrade through the heart of the canyon.
A freight breaks the morning silence of the desert.
The Heritage I paint scheme has held up better than most newers units and is my favorite of the BNSF schemes... looking good in the desert at West Daggett.
GEVOs in the mist. A San Barnardino, CA-Alliance, TX Z9 rolls under the perfectly placed signal bridge as a low pressure front dissipates into the desert.
On the lesser photographed east side of Cajon Pass, a Joliet, IL to Long Beach, CA steamship stacker passes some green sagebrush at C.P. Martinez.
High & Wide special 981 takes track #2 through Lula due to close clearances on the main. With 13 Abrams tanks returning home as well as a gigantic transformer, this train was a good way to roll i... (more)
Heading into Bennettsville where they will pick up additional boxcars before heading to the mills west of town.
Local A742 diverges from the NS onto the A&WP Belt Line in an old industrial section of Atlanta. A742 has a decent train of 16 cars for the remaining industries on the Belt.
Georgia Northeastern shoves 4 coil steel loads to Pacesetter Steel Service, which has begun receiving large amounts of sheet metal by rail after a long hiatus. The 4631 is an ex-Grand Trunk Weste... (more)
A GNRR southbound crests a hill on the Hook & Eye, which was briefly the L&N's Knoxville to Atlanta mainline.
A mother/slug set shoves cars clear of the wye in Star. Unfortunately, these units will head back to the yard and 3 CSX widecabs off a grain train will take these cars south to Aberdeen.