We're stopped on the Waukesha Branch to clear the Lacrosse Division Mainline. While the Conductor lines the switch I walk across the cab in the still super-elevated curve to try and get a shot of ... (more)
The Iowa Northern original roster was madeup of 12 GP38's. Since then they have added GP40's, F40's, Cats, and slug sets to their collectic roster. Here the South Crew is alittle old school as the... (more)
NS local freight TS29 shoves a cut of covered hoppers into the General Mills Plant in Sharonville on a beautiful Spring evening. This General Mills plant makes the Chex brand of breakfast cereal.
Looking right at home, P87 departs Asheville with a solo HH leading the way.
Missouri Pacific owned over 300 SD40-2s, but the locomotive that really defined the MP in the 1970s and beyond was the EMD GP38-2 - The MoPac owned 264 GP38-2s (along with 6 GP38s). Built in Augu... (more)
BNSF's 101 local from Galesburg to Streator is running light engine on M2 but has to wait for four westbounds before it can cross over to M1 to get around some M-of-W.
Iowa Interstate's Bureau Switcher has just dropped off a bunch of hoppers and the end loader didn't waste any time loading them with sand.
IHB 115 is heading east on the westward main to the Norfolk Southern yard at Burns Harbor.
The pair of Grand Trunks shove the oil local into KA Steel to go about the day's work.
GP38-2s are essentially the final remaining models of the dying high hood breed. Here, one is seen leading Anderson bound local p67 through the quaint town of Sandy Springs, SC.
Yard power rolls back into Markham Yard for another cut of cars.
A pair of GT's shove down the hill into KA Steel.
When it runs, Norfolk Southern's H08 is usually the only daylight freight that you will see on the Port Jervis Line, and also the only train that runs engine south. So why not do it the right way ... (more)
Massachusetts Central's B&M-inspired GP38-2 #1750 leads its train south along the Burrow Brook as it departs Barre, MA for Palmer.