After making a run to Louisville LIRC's 2376 and 2375 return to Jeff Yard as they cross the Falls of the Ohio.
Head-end power takes one load to a customer on the ex-Missouri Pacific. After the delivery, they will return to their train they left sitting outside of town and take it to the yard to interchange... (more)
Out in the Mojave Desert on the Southwest Portland Cement, A former Katy GP39-2, now earning revenue for Cemex leads a shorter than usual train towards Victorville just minutes outside the plant a... (more)
Nearing the Bell Mountain road crossing, #418 leads its train along the SWPC main line as it heads for Victorville.
Nearing the facility at Victorville, Cemex 418 eases its train into town as it decends the 3% grade.
A former Katy GP39-2 leads a short train from the Bell Mountain facility towards the Plant at Victorville. It's rare to catch the 418 out on the road as the perfered power is the ex Union Pacific ... (more)
Three GP39-2's cross a small trestle with a load of lumber for a customer and close to 80 loads of natural gas products to be interchanged with the BNSF in Newton.
After delivering fifty-seven cars to the Port of Indiana
LIRC 2378 leads a light power move back to their
TCWR 2300 has spent most of its career in the Twin Cities, working between Hopkins and St. Paul. That is why i found it odd that it has made its way back out to the far western reaches of the Twin... (more)
BNSF 2817 & 556 have finished switching JBS Swift and are waiting to proceed east.
Westbound at sunset following a snowstorm the previous day.
On a sunny July morning in 1995, a pair of EMD GP39-2s, equipped with 'vista cabs', work Kennecott Copper Corp. yard trackage near the Arthur Concentrator in Magna.
Ore Train 1 (OT-1) is climbing a short grade westbound in the Ray yard as it heads towards the Ray Mine.
On a windy and snowy March 3, 1989, Burlington Northern train No. 1 works west through Bison, Montana, on scenic Marias Pass. On the point is BN GP39-2 No. 2709, one of 40 built by Electro-Motive ... (more)
A GP39-2 and two private cars entertain LIRC customers at Carter Lumber.