NS C46, the local out of Pitcairn, initially left Pitcairn and headed east to RAD to make a setoff. After picking up interchange cars at RAD, the crew reversed direction, seen here as it rolls wes... (more)
Terminal Job #104 with a pair of freshly washed geeps pulling 40 cars out of National Steel's Granite City Works.
The Eastern Rail Snake. NS C46 makes a reverse move into the yard to tie down for the day. I was not at this location for more than 5 minutes, and this would be the only shoot-able train I ... (more)
The bi-weekly Union Pacific transfer to Duluth is a regular train, but rarely shot. Usually they head over mid-morning from their yard in South Superior, but today they were running late, heading ... (more)
The lower altitude of the Cuyahoga River valley necessitates lots of bridges for all land based transportation to get from one side to the other as can be seen here. BX02 heads west across the Fla... (more)
An Iowa Interstate plow train backs into the racks at Iowa City for fuel before pushing on west. IAIS' plow #7511 led the Council Bluffs-Bureau flip after a strong winter storm drifted the eastern... (more)
In an industrial area once dominated by refinery tank farms, a freight station, lumber mill and other large industries of Cleveland BX90 goes about the task of switching one of the last original i... (more)
After working at Cargill to drop off 2 cars, BX90 backs around the loop on Whiskey Island with a string of loaded hoppers to reverse direction and head back west to Rockport Yard.
An RJ Corman Office Car Special pauses in historic Midway, KY while a second locomotive couples onto the train for the return run to Lexington.
A Terminal Job is shoving back to the Coke Yard where they will pull 18 runners for Madison Yard.
C46 idles in a very heavy snow squall.
GMTX 2644, on lease the the Quebec Gatineau Railway, gets ready to put the sreader away after spreading the yard at Trois Rivieres.
Terminal Job #101 departing Madison Yard with a 40 car transfer for the KCS at East St. Louis.
Working a stones throw away from downtown Cleveland near the end of the Cleveland Belt Line BX90 switches Strategic Materials placing an empty hopper into their siding after removing the loaded on... (more)