Clean snow and bright spring sun make for a snappy scene as L516 heads east across the Minneapolis Sub.
25+ coal loads for Colby have this fresh looking SD60 on its knees at Ramshaw as they thunder towards Allen Jct.
Went wide here as pellets for Two Harbors roll down the hill. A few miles later engine troubles would bring this train to a crawl and they would limp into Allen Jct. to await rescue.
The PRR heritage unit passes by the scenic Dayton's Bluff that got covered by spring snow storm the previous night with 6-12 inches of snow. Over half has already melted.
8511-6223 hustle up the grade approaching Lovekin with 241's train in tow.
Plow-Work 1734 kicks up the white stuff as it rolls through mile 8 of the Devonshire Subdivision April 5th.
Plow-Work 1734, after completing a plowing of the Iroquois Falls Subdivision, backs through Welsh and into Porquis in order to continue north on the Devonshire Subdivision April 5th.
Lokomotions` 185 664 approaches Sankt Jodok with a southbound freight train.
Six inches of fresh snow melt in the afternoon sunshine as L516 makes its way across the Minneapolis Sub.
The Rio Grande Ski Train of March 2, 2002, has some “heritage” leading as it approaches Tunnel 1 east of Plainview, Colorado. Union Pacific EMD GP60 No. 1900, the former Rio Grande No. 3154, takes... (more)
An early morning spring snowfall has given way to clear skies as CP #9547 leads a mixed bag of power, including NS #6920 across the French Broad River near Marshall, NC.
A Union Pacific Autorack Train Heads west down the Jeff City Sub Past the Kirkwood Amtrak Station through an Early February Snow Storm.
Local power rests at 28th Street while section crews clear switches after a 10-inch snowfall the night before.
A CP section employee uses a leaf blower to clear out a switch after a heavy snow the night prior. I'm sure he was thinking this winter has to end sometime.
Normally, the "West Local" doesn't travel west of Rocky Flats but on certain occasion it does to pick up bad ordered car(s) at Pinecliffe. Seen here, after swapping ends, the crew lines the derail... (more)