NS 15T with an Ex-Con on the point barrels around a curve in sunny Tennessee.
Harrisburg, PA 1/12/13 - Waiting for their next assignment working out of Enola Yard, a collection of Norfolk Southern locomotives gurggle and steam in the bitter cold air.
A westbound Grain Train rolls down the Capital Subdivision, on the three mile straightaway (between Branchville and Alexandria Jct.) on a beautiful fall Saturday morning in 1997. Photographed fro... (more)
Two Santa Fe painted GE's and a BNSF painted Dash 9 round the curve just south of downtown Louisville next to Coal Creek Trail and Louisville Community Park.
A Santa Fe C40-8W round the curve just outside of Gunbarrel, CO as the train approaches the city of Boulder. The train made a pick up in Longmont and will meet a northbound ballast train at Boulde... (more)
CSXT Q389-17? rockets through Defiance, Ohio with an ex-Conrail leader.
Fall Foliage has arrived in North Alabama as CSX Q133 heads south by the Cotton Field.
CN M309 pulls into the east end of Kamloops Yard behind CN C40-8W 2098.
CSX Q463 is just a few hundred yards from it's terminating yard in Cayce, SC as it crosses the Congaree River that separates Richland and Lexington counties in South Carolina.
CSX Q463-03 using the small snipet of joint track that it shares with NS to cross Huger St. About a mile south of me is the terminus of 463; CSXT Cayce Yard.
The Fort Collins, CO to Denver manifest is seen with a former Santa Fe Warbonnet, after picking up cars at the BNSF East Yard in Longmont, CO.
Ex-Conrail CW40-8 8321 leading an empty coal hopper train splits the signals at Ingleside, WV just before a storm rolls in.
Five units in 5 paint schemes roll by a corn field as they cross the Mohawk River. Of note is the Missouri Pacific heritage unit which is heading home after arriving in nearby Selkirk yard just be... (more)
With 122 cars and over 8600 feet of train behind it, the locomotives of Q612 pull hard on their train as they conquer the remainder of the Notasulga hill on their northward journey to Atlanta.
This remote area along the Pokey follows the tight confines of the banks of the Tug Fork River as it snakes its way through the narrow valley.