Four different locomotive models and two manufactures are represented at Russell's servicing facility on a cold January night. From left to right, a GE C40-8, GE ES44DC, EMD SD60M, and EMD SD70AC ... (more)
The 0-4-0T Santa Cruz Portland Cement No. 2 (aka "The Chiggen"), built by H. K. Porter in 1909, began life at the cement plant in Davenport (11 miles north of Santa Cruz) and served the... (more)
After loading at Quincy, the Virginian heritage SD70ACe sits tied down in the yard at Alloy on the head end of 100 loads of coal for Roanoke. In a few short hours, the train will be ascending the ... (more)
Train 1101 with 40 BCF maersk container
Ontario Northland GP9 #1605, Cochrane, ONT. 9-13-1999
Montana Rail Link's night Gas Local heads west out of Missoula past DeSmet, Montana, on May 9, 2010. DeSmet is the junction where MRL’s shorter Tenth Subdivision over Evaro Hill heads for Paradise... (more)
In the age of "big" GE and EMD power the old reliable GP's and SD's still pull their weight.
On this beautiful Monday afternoon, 101 with Champ 819 in the lead races through the Daytona Beach Municipal Golf Course with golfers enjoying this lovely warm weather.
An ex Southern U23B and ex ATSF GP30 power intermodal train L784 through the small south Georgia town of Meldrim.
A West Colton bound manifest splits the impressive Mormon Rocks formations and crosses over Cajon Creek dry wash as the afternoon shadows grow.
Was used in the local switching in the area.
After a very quick interchange with the Georgia Central, a pair of HOG GP40's get moving with the train from Savannah on its way to the inland port in Cordele,GA.
An SD9043MAC leads an empty Union Pacific oil train back to Eastport, Idaho.
Off the siding near the eponymous town of Tie Siding, WY, elephant-style horsepower ducks toward the rathole of Hermosa Tunnels.
A S5 service to Pfäffikon SZ is crossing the Seedamm with Rapperswil Castle and St. John's Church in the background.