An IAIR yard job switches cars in the small yard at Manly that serves a car repair shop.
The Bryant Turn passes the grain elevators in Dunkerton, on it's return to Bryant Yard in Waterloo, IA
An Iowa Northern local is switching the ethanol plant at Shell Rock, IA early on Sunday morning.
It's just after 10:30pm as the Longmont Turn with two Geep's on the point is seen tied down on the GW2 track in Longmont with their train for the next day.
A pair of Missouri Pacific GP38-2s lead UP's SCPV through Bonnie on UP's Provo Subdivision the morning of July 27, 1986.
Running as designed, a high nose GP38-2 and recently renumbered B32-8 are running nose to nose under the old Southern RR cantilever signal bridge guarding the north end of the siding at Duluth. G... (more)
After getting a nice early morning shot of a CP Intermodal at Beare Road, I picked up the CP Havelock train on my radio scanner as it left Agincourt Yard, so it was a bit of a chase to Claremont t... (more)
Shortly after the crew showed up to start their day's work, the Johnstown Local slowly creeps into Johnstown. The train will pull down to the south leg of the wye and shove their cars into the yar... (more)
A UP local highballs west out of San Antonio with load of frac sand for use in the booming Eagle Ford shale.
A passenger extra led by Canadian Pacific GP38-2 No. 3084 passes along the rocky shores of Crowsnest Lake between Crowsnest, British Columbia, and Sentinal, Alberta, on July 17, 2011. This special... (more)
Canadian Pacific GP38-2 No. 3084 leads an eastbound passenger extra into Elko, British Columbia, on July 17, 2011. This special train is is headed to Crowsnest Pass and was operated for Children’s... (more)
BNSF 2024 waits it's next assignment at the massive Barstow yard in the early morning.
NS 5283 crosses Red Oak Lane as it leads the steel mill train up the Gillespie Branch.
This pair of good looking leased geeps went to work recently for the power short Indiana Harbor Belt. Here they roll an eastbound train towards Indiana.
The local out of Johnstown led by two HLCX GP38-2's is about to crest Walker Hill near Walker. I am not too sure what the percentage the grade is, but heavy trains do get a good work out.