One of the two remaining D&H painted units on CP's roster stands in Scranton, Pa. at Taylor Yard for a portrait.
The new and improved FEC 507, which has been the City Point local power for many years now.
UP 819 & 513 shove a local east toward the yard.
Vermont Rail System's Green Mountain Railroad train 263 is seen crossing the Cuttingsville hanging bridge with GMTX GP38-2 2205 and GMRC GP40 304 on the trip from Rutland to Chester, Vermont. Fal... (more)
Former Southern Railway GP38-2 #5156, easily recognizable with the high short hood, sits at the south end of the Old Yard at Salisbury along with three other Geeps and an old N&W caboose (now used... (more)
BNSF 2306 will soon be paired with another GP38-2 and head to the Denver Yard to sort freight cars.
PAL's GP38-2's UK and U of L's universities wait for their next assignment.
On a better than expected day which originally had steady rain, the SRI Fall Color Train rolls north down Elmira Hill past the former Boyne City, Gaylord, and Alpena Railroad bridge remains just n... (more)
CP D45 is seen hooking back up to its train after working the industrial in Waterford along the old D&H mainline! The last 2 D&H painted locomotives are seen powering D45 on this Saturday morning... (more)
A 4 unit consist headed by #61 has just uncoupled from a string of hoppers in Port-Alfred and is in the process of running around the string of cars and heading back into town.
CSS 2001 and a mate briefly pause while working the yard outside of the Burns Harbor ArcelorMittal plant.
CSX Local B749 makes the last leg of the journey to Oak Point Yard. After making their way around the Waste Management Facility, all that's left is to cross under the I-287 Bridge (Randall's Islan... (more)
CSX local B749 makes it's way around the Waste Management trash facility on it's way to Oak Point Yard on a gloomy day. The South Bronx skyline drapes the background.
One of Wisconsin & Southern's ex Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México GP's leads south through the Wisconsin farm fields on its way back to Horicon.