A widecab GP40-2W switches in the Stevens Point yard in front of the former Soo Line Station.
Northbound Vermont Rail System Washington County Railroad job WJNP is ready to depart the White River Junction yard with matched ex-Boston & Maine GP40-2s - now VTR 303 and 308.
New England Central's White River Junction-based local crew #600 is seen working along the Barrett Salt Shed in White River Jct. with GWI-painted GP40-2W 3015.
Just after an impatient local walked across with his bike the 925 job pulled out and doubled back to its train.
After completing their work at Quad Graphics Lomira, the 508 turn heads back north and readies for their speedy descent down Byron Hill.
The westbound Amtrak California Zephyr climbs around the stiff curve at Coal Creek Canyon on the front range of the Rockies at milepost 23 on the Rio Grande's Moffat line. One of the train's F40s ... (more)
GP40-2 6093 and a SD40-3 serve as A727's power for the day, the job is seen in it's last three miles before reaching the Dog House.
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)
PO-1 w/ MEC 518 crosses over at CPF 199 returning to Rigby Yard from Deering Jct. They had left one tanker on the Bishop Street Side of Deering and will make another run to Deering later in the af... (more)
ARR 3007 leads a Whittier-bound freight on the western flanks of Anchorage as it parallels the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail and the Cook Inlet. 3007 is one of two Geeps sporting this style nose her... (more)
Pan Am's SAPPI-4 w/ MEC 517 - MEC 321 returns to Hinkley Paper Mill with a short train from Waterville.
SP 7113 leads three SD45T-2s and a SD-45 in mid-train helpers service, as they work up the main line at Woodford siding.
Rio Grande's Pleasant Valley Local arrives at the new Valley Camp coal loading facility on Jan. 17, 1976. If you check the Google map link in satellite mode, you will see that nothing remains toda... (more)
Awaiting the GC's intermodal train from Savannah, two old geeps. This one was originally DT&I then GTW. That cab door looks a little thicker than the original somehow.
The engineer on this CSX local is cranking up his mount for the day--GP40-2 6212--before going to work drilling cars at Doswell, VA.