The Virginian leads hot intermodal through Toledo on the point of 21Z.
Organizational pride reflected in the bright paint of their shop switcher.
A little different take on Kingman Canyon.
Somehow the PC unit backwards on the point seems appropriate. This 64R picked up the DPU from another one to use as a cab signal leader though it hasn't been turned yet to lead the train.
Imagine if the NYC was still around... and still had passenger service! Here's a "meet" on the former NYC waterlevel route with a pretty group of appropriately painted rolling stock. To answer ... (more)
Returning from the south rim of the Grand Canyon the daily train catches some storm light during a mostly cloudy journey.
A westbound crosses the Colorado River into California.
An eastbound with some "BNSF heritage" in the consist rolls across the bridge south of Yucca, AZ.
Not street running - but still running straight down the middle of town with one way streets on either side the LIRC Columbus to Jeffersonville train rolls through Seymour, IN.
"Objects in mirror are closer than they appear" and may also startle little old ladies who aren't paying attention to "other traffic".
The Louisville and Indiana Columbus to Jeffersonville train is getting close to their destination as they roll by the Clark County Airport with a Korean war era fighter jet on a post out front.
The Louisville and Indiana Columbus to Jeffersonville train is rolling over a bridge that clearly still shows the lines heritage as it leaves Columbus to head south.
The C of G heritage unit leads an empty oil train west by the signals at MP 340.
The Avon to Columbus train is coming onto home rails off of CSX with the Indianapolis skyline in the background.
Pulling one car from the refinery.