Southern Railway high hood No. 5000 pulls into Grand Junction to unload its passengers from the Dinner Train.
A look into CSXT's Cayce Yard sees one of the yard switchers shuffling cars around for road trains in the evening hours.
UP's Salem-Marion local proceeds south away from Mount Vernon after setting out some cars at the EVWR interchange. The leased GMTX GP38-2 is passing NRE's Mt. Vernon shops.
Barber to Linwood turn P29 rumbles eastbound at a rural country crossing with a classic high hood leader.
UP 703 (former MoPac GP38-2) teams up with GATX 2117 and works the 36th Street Yard in Denver, which is next to the big Purina dog chow factory.
An early Guilford era mix of Boston & Maine and Maine Central diesels heads up an eastbound freight at Littleton, MA, on the B&M's Stony Brook branch. The lashup is comprised of a B&M GP38-2, a ME... (more)
IAIS 702 and another IAIS GP38-2 lead SIBI past the RI signal.
Illinois Central GP38-2 9612 leads a southbound at 31st St. in Chicago, note the trailing ex CC&P units back under IC ownership after IC re-acquired the CC&P in 1996.
Over at the A&O Railroad offices in downtown Buckhannon, WV is a future QD local tied down with a few lumber cars. Also worth mentioning is that 1/3rd of the A&O roster is in this photo.
CSXT 2699 runs LHF as it winds through downtown Columbus with another cut of hoppers for the Busch Brewery.
Using trackage rights, the once a week train from Kelly Lake to Minorca comes into CN Keenan yard as the crew continues the days project of delivering loaded bentonite hoppers to the mine and retu... (more)
The sun has just about set on UP 801 as it shuffles the last set of cars in the 36th Street Yard.
A variety of engines occupy the UP's North Yard in Denver, including UP 703, a former Missouri Pacific GP38-2.
"261 with a Fresh Coat at Fresh Pond"
New York & Atlantic Railway GP38-2 261 sits outside the shop at Fresh Pond Yard after receiving a fresh coat of paint. 261 is the only of NY... (more)
CP local is heading back to yards in Winona after switching industries along Mississippi River.