A pair of smokin' high hoods make their way west through Canton after working a local industry.
Santa Fe 3338 West departs Mormon Yard in Stockton and is about to cross WP's main line at Stockton Tower. For many years, ATSF limited its power in the northern reaches of the San Joaquin Valley ... (more)
GP35 3502, GP20 2003 and GP38AC 3804 head across the Mojave desert, away from the interchange with Santa Fe at Cadiz.
The Bowie turn switches cars at Safford. Trailing units are GP35 2501 and GP20s 2045 and 2046.
A chase of the Housatonic's NX-13 was quickly coming to an end on May 18, 2018. In what could have been my only chance to follow this job this year, slower speeds through the area had let me get ... (more)
The units were 137 (GP35), 127 (GP40), 125 (GP40), 1011 (E8A), and 101 (GP7).
With it's headlight, front coupler, and side handrail removed, former Penn Central 2267 isn't looking too good as it sits in Buckeye yard. Photo taken with permission.
An old, wooden crossbuck that has seen the passage Northern Pacific steam-powered freights and elegant North Coast Limiteds still guards a rural road crossing at Three Forks, Montana, for the Mont... (more)
A W&LE job from Canton brings a decent sized cut of empty hopper cars from National Lime and Stone Company towards their yard in Brewster with a nice pair of high hood Geeps.
NX12 rolls south along River Rd under a canopy of green as it heads to New Milford, CT.
BN 2501, a GP-35, and BN 1702, a GP-9, bring a string of cars past the diesel service area in the Interbay Yard.
It’s the beginning of summer on June 22, 2015, and everything is still spring-green as Montana Rail Link’s 844 local brings 3 covered hoppers to Harrison Elevator Company at the end of the Sixth S... (more)
SP 6356 sports the "Kodachrome" paint scheme as it sits in the yard in Phoenix. Photo taken with permission.
The North Line Local, led by SP 6359 and SP 6334, has stopped near the summit at Mescal to pick up a bad order car set out on the spur track.
Housatonic NX12 rumbles underneath "The Cement Bridge," as everyone around the area calls it. Note the car mere feet from the right of way. There is a house on the other side of the trac... (more)