A simple roster shot of a relatively rare BC Rail unit in the power set of a CN 382/383 train making their turn in Stanley yard.
The Lehigh Valley unit leads NS 189 north through central Ohio.
A late running NS 344 with a nifty SD40-2, B32-8, GP38-2, SD40-2 combo on the point rolls south on the Toledo District over the Portage River on a sunny summer evening.
An eastbound pulls out of Kingman Canyon on the usual westbound main due to track work on the other main.
The DPU's on the end of a westbound keep shoving on the way upgrade from Needles.
A westbound rolls through Kingman canyon.
A stack train snakes west through Kingman Canyon.
Both trains just got the signal at Vickers to head north and throttled up side by side charging under the new overpass being constructed to replace the Wales Rd crossing they're about to cross. O... (more)
The Virginian is second of 3 on one of the hotest trains on the railroad rolling east across Sandusky Bay.
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.