A trio of green and yellow LIRC power leads a southbound grain train into Jeffersonville.
TCW 2300 east heads towards its namesake Twin Cities on a fine late spring morning. The TCW route is the former Milwaukee Road mainline to the west of Minneapolis.
A pair of GP's work Langley's Recycling in downtown Topeka.
A pair of former ATSF GP39-2s stand in New Albany, Ms. while waiting the next call to duty.
A trio of EMD's are in the 36th Street Yard - UP 2361 (SD60M) waits for an assignment while UP 1211 (GP39-2) and UP 1425 (GP40-2) sort cars.
The OT-1 is at Ray Junction headed towards the mine for another train load of copper ore.
On the first day of fall it's a 100°F+ afternoon while an inbound shuttle hauls ore from the Ray Mine to the ASARCO copper smelter in Hayden, Arizona.
Two BN relics including a GP39-2 and a shoving platform still wearing cascade green, sit awaiting their next assignment at Northtown.
The OT-1 is northbound at Kelvin in nice late afternoon light.
Remnants of the Connotton Valley Railway can still be seen today on W&LE Cleveland Subdivision, now run by the CCR.
An interesting roster. You see each unit and wonder "Where did that come from?". This one started on on Kennecott Copper. Today it heads a westbound freight from Evansville.
Delaware & Hudson GP39-2 #7418 former Reading #3418, Maine Central GP38 #255 and Bangor and Aroostook GP7 #72.
Local power rests at 28th Street while section crews clear switches after a 10-inch snowfall the night before.
BNSF 2854 (GP39-2) and battle-scarred BNSF 4466 (Dash944CW) leave the Denver Yard and pass over the South Platte River.