A crew shuffles cars at the east end of the ex-Interstate Railroad's Andover Yard; the majority of the yard is located out of view in the left background. The small building in the left background... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific vehicle train crosses Cienega Creek Bridge at Vail, Arizona, on the afternoon of April 22, 2017. UP second main track predominately used for eastbounds is in the foregrou... (more)
A duo of CN GEVOs lift a heavy train laden with raw materials from the British Columbia interior up the steep mountain at Narin Falls. The grade here is 2.2% and requires all available horsepower ... (more)
Sliding down the east slope of the Cascades, eastbound Cans with Executive Scheme SD70MAC No. 9808 and ES44AC No. 5802 in helper service, cross the Wenatchee River at Dryden.
Crow River High Bridge: Getting close to the Twin Cities, 198 rumbles across the high bridge at Rockford, MN that spans the Crow River. You can't see it from here, but the rail on this brid... (more)
CREX Power Leads a "Blaze"ing Autorack. Q211, which has had quite a bit of foreign power in the lead lately, is led through the Ditch in Columbia toward Cayce Yard by CREX 1505 in front of ... (more)
A duo of new Tier IV Gevos head-up a southbound Union Pacific manifest on the 2.1% grade at Tunnel One. The heavy manifest had a total 6 (3x3) big AC motors for the climb up the Tehachapi Mountai... (more)
Two trains occupying Provo's coal tracks (formerly the Ironton Branch before Columbia Steel shut down its plant at Ironton) get crews before departing on the Sharp Subdivision.
The PRR Heritage Unit is running long-hood forward, leaving Strasburg after a weekend on display at the RR Museum of PA. In the background is the 1880-built PRR freight station.
Short Linwood, NC to Birmingham, AL manifest #173 blows through the small north Georgia town of Lula on its way to Atlanta.
Restricted for use in Canada only, CN ES44AC 2974 leads train A412 away from the double track at Henry House. This train will "short terminate" at Edmonton tonight rather than going all ... (more)