The Drayton Local rolls northward over the milepost 4 bridge in early morning light. Many thanks to the weed spray contractor who moved out of the way for me to shoot.
Former Katy 376 now LIRC 2375 leads its train south for Louisville.
Both colors of Annie power are evident in the yard. The yellow pair with an orange in the middle are the typical road power while the other two orange units are usually used to switch the yard an... (more)
Not many buyers of -2s opted for this one.
A familiar geep is back on the point of the City Job as it shoves a set of hoppers around the Crystal Sugar sidings.
After the Northtown to Noyes train clears into the yard and the Devils Lake local heads west on the Devils Lake line, a nice pair of Heritage I geeps leads the South local onto the Hillsboro line.
Looks like the head end brakeman is sleeping and the engineer never turned the headlight on.
The back part of GV-2 rests at Griegsville after the middle of the train derailed in East Bethany two days earlier, blocking the line.
The caboose on an Eastbound ducks under the Eastbound signal as the empty salt train waits for a recrew.
DITCHED, part 2: ATTACHING CABLES. On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, a southbound New England Southern light engine struck a patch of ice and toppled a full 130 degrees off the trac... (more)
Near the end of a nice June evening BN 2715 passes Grand Crossing tower and slows for a quick stop at North La Crosse. Train 41 has only 14 cars this evening.
DITCHED, part 3: EXTRACTION. On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, a southbound New England Southern light engine struck a patch of ice and toppled a full 130 degrees off the tracks and... (more)
DITCHED, part 1: THE AFTERMATH. On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, a southbound New England Southern light engine struck a patch of ice and toppled a full 130 degrees off the tracks ... (more)
The AA's regular over night turn to AA with AA 2368 & 2373 is just about back home to Toledo, Oh., on a cool November morning, with just a handfull of cars, as it passes the recently plowed fields... (more)
Power sits at the service area in the old Bevier Street Yard.