A BNSF coal train snakes its way along the North Platte River in Wendover Canyon behind an SD70MAC and C44-9W as it heads southeast from the Powder River Basin. The train could go either south tow... (more)
A heavily under powered Q439 passes over Popolopen Creek Trestle in Highland Falls, NY with the two AC motors pulling well over a mile of train.
KCS SD70MAC No. 3939 pushes on the rear of a unit sand train headed south into Saginaw Yard for a crew change. The KCS crew will hand off the train to BNSF here, who in turn will hand it off to Ft... (more)
Passing the preserved AC tower on Sunday morning of Summerail weekend
A westbound mixed freight crests the Alleghenies at Sand Patch.
Q251 has left newly reopened Winston yard in Lakeland, Florida, and is cresting the hill near downtown. The train is passing under one of the last Atlantic Coast Line cantilever signal bridges lef... (more)
Slowly sneeking along the Missouri River through the scenic Lombard Canyon is this coal unit train.
A smart looking EVWR SD70MAC idles near Evansville Western Railroad's head office in Mt. Vernon, IN.
Looking up toward Big 10 Curve at Rocky, Colorado, sees a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train hauling coal eastbound descending the front range of the Rocky Mountains at Rocky, Colorado, on June 18... (more)
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe train hauling coal eastbound on Union Pacific’s Moffat Tunnel Subdivision descends the front range of the Rocky Mountains at Rocky, Colorado, on June 18, 2001. On th... (more)
On a cloudy but warm night the 5 nights a week north freight to Fairbanks crosses the Matanuska River, roughly 20 miles into a 350 mile 12 hour journey.
The Denali Star Train, crosses the Nenana River, in Ferry, Alaska.
A loaded coal train rolls south in the Powder River Basin near Bill, Wyoming on triple track. Back in 2005 BNSF and UP combined could generate more than 100 trains a day to/from area mines.
A coal train out of the Powder River Basin rolls east through Wendover Canyon along the North Platte River. The train could be headed south toward Denver or east to a Midwest power plant.