Lit up by the sinking afternoon sun, an eastbound Union Pacific manifest freight is at Lakeside, Utah, on March 5, 2012. Surely an optical illusion, but it almost feels like you can see the curve ... (more)
EB coal with something colorful for a change. I'd like to see that scheme with a nice sill stripe added and the NS logos emblazoned on all sides.
Slumbering in Paradise: Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local slumbers the night away just across from the depot and “milepost 0” at Paradise, Montana, on September 22, 2006. The train, as well as th... (more)
Westbound Santa Fe tonnage is about to enter Tunnel 2 at the west end of Bealville siding near Caliente, California, on March 7, 1996. Powering the train are six EMDs: lead locomotive SD45-2 No. 5... (more)
A Canadian Pacific manifest freight follows the shore of Moyie Lake just east of Moyie, British Columbia, on July 21, 2013. General Electric ES44AC No. 8921 leads three AC4400CWs for power on this... (more)
Winter has arrived in Michigan, leaving behind a layer of fresh white snow. To help ensure a tight bond and ease of movement of the switch, GLC Conductor Justin Ellis sweeps the snow out before li... (more)
Southern 630 blasts through downtown Marshall in route to Asheville during the recent November excursion. The S-Line follows the French Broad River for most of its journey to Asheville, as it doe... (more)
How I wish these had caught on! Somehow I don't think equipping an RS-3 with a 251 was really a program at all. From all I've heard about South Louisville, they probably had a couple of extras 2... (more)
On a foggy December evening, a green light beams from the southbound Southern Railway signal at Oakwood. As seen, its replacement is already up, obstructing the view, though still allowing us to w... (more)
A coal train heads north on the Mon Line, wedged in between Route 837 and the remains of US Steel's Duquesne Works.
A big chunky overworked workhorse.
A Conrail wreck train with crane shoves north on the River Line through Haworth NJ on a dreary morning. This was heading to a bad wreck in Congers.
Bearing a number from a numbering scheme that just never fully materialized this unit shows evidence of participation in the great coal boom of the period.
Bearing a number from a numbering scheme that just never fully materialized this unit appears to have never had a nose herald but it least it's relatively clean.