Vermont Rail System's second cut of the 80-car ethanol train is seen with five salt cars head out for Riverside salt shed behind a colorful 5-unit locomotive consist. The VTR (clearly ex-SP) GP40... (more)
The fate of CSX 6077 doesn't look good from this wreck photo at BN's Eola Yard in Aurora IL.
The Saratoga & North Creek Railway has had some issues with locomotive power leading to them borrowing an engine from Pan Am. Unfortunately, the crews ran into trouble with this unit on the previo... (more)
How long will 2nd generation power be found on priority trains? Maybe not much longer as new ES44C4's are coming. But for now you can get shots like this on a cool windy morning.
SSW 7630 leads an eastbound on the Yuma Sub at sunset, along the Salton Sea as I pace alongside on highway 111 near Ferrum.
Locomotives get serviced at Union Pacific’s North Yard in Denver, Colorado, on a snowy April 15, 2013. EMD GP40-2 No. 1411 is a former Southern Pacific locomotive frequently used on area locals, w... (more)
CSX power was extremely common in southern California on the Southern Pacific in the early 1990s, especially when the intermodal facility at City of Industry became a satellite facility for CSX In... (more)
Looking like a mixed train, Green Mountain Railroad's train #263 is seen eastbound along the Connecticut River at Rockingham, Vermont, on the approach to Riverside Yard with VTR GP40-2s 307 and 30... (more)
Having just landed at North Carolina's Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, US Airways' specially painted "Piedmont Airlines" Airbus A319 taxis towards the passenger terminal while a Norfolk S... (more)
"Whose Railroad Is It Anyway?" The months following the Conrail split were certainly interesting. New traffic patterns had yet to develop and there were many extra trains and odd locom... (more)
At one time traffic was so busy at the SP-WP West San Jose crossing that a tower was required to control movement across SP's Vasona line and WP's San Jose branch. By September 12, 1993, with most... (more)
The UP Canon City local takes a break at its normal parking spot on track 45 in the massive UP yard with another load of cement hoppers from the Holcin Cement Plant just over 26 miles away.
The Keenan Switch heads south at Iron Jct. after working at Mountain Iron.
Seen from the right of way of the Knoxville & Holston River RR, the NS local heads for "aluminum city", AKA Alcoa, TN.