An eastbound bare table train rolls thru CA Jct, west of Camden. Work continues to change out all the signals along the Marceline Sub for the upcoming PTC. New signals are placed here at CA Jct, b... (more)
Westbound stack train rolls pass the control point at Mendon, MP 360.7. This Q- train is bound from Chicago Corwith Yard, IL, to Houston, TX. BNSF is extremely short power for the holiday season, ... (more)
Gainesville to Flowery Branch local P48 eases down the steep grade leaving the PPG plant south of town. The duo of widecabs would hold at the switch and wait for the Charleston-bound intermodal 23... (more)
The sun was trying to shine through on this snowy morning as BNSF 4503 leads its train to the Summit of the Alleghenies as a westbound, with helper units still on, glides by on track 1.
CN X346 detour train kicks up the powder through Otterdale
Fresh off of a meet with NS 154, donning the Veterans unit on the point (Photo ID 462698), southbound intermodal 221 grinds through the s-curve at White Sulphur. A good friend is at the throttle, ... (more)
The silhouette of a pair of BNSF GE's lead a westbound freight across the Appleton Sub and toward Aberdeen, SD, just after the sun has dropped below the horizon line.
For only a brief time in the Mojave Desert in springtime, a myriad of desert plants come to life, like this flowering cactus with magenta blooms. as the plant soaks up the California sunshine, an ... (more)
CN 331, with 2525 and BNSF 9614 leading, struggles up the snowy rails on the cowpath.
Southern Pacific's EUCHQ climbs through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 5, 1994.
Not in Kansas anymore A couple of visitors from both ends of the continental spectrum, that is the deep south and north of the border have seemed to of found their way to Pueblo this day an... (more)
BNSF 4576 leads a large manifest train around the James Loop as it descends into the Sacramento Valley and out of the Feather River Canyon.
An eastbound BNSF manifest catches some morning sun and screeches through the Feather River Canyon as it passes through Pulga, California.
Snow at 1,400 feet! Pulga has always been a popular spot for railroad photographers to shoot the classic "double bridges" over the Feather River. But at only 1,400 feet above sea level, Pul... (more)