On a fairly hot mid-morning in August of 2014, K&O power sits at the Kingman Depot in Kingman, Kansas.
A BNSF yard crew works the south end of Wichita Yard late on a summer's afternoon. On point is an old Ex ATSF veteran still wearing its Santa Fe colors.
A pair of cascade green geeps are pulling back onto the mainline after switching JBS Swift.
A pair of Watco lease units switch out tank and covered hopper cars at the Louisiana Southern's Minden yard. Traveling from the north, it was a welcoming sight to see blue skies and green sky duri... (more)
UP GP39-2s No. 2371 and 2370 pull a 48 car Malad Local through rural Box Elder County west of Bear River City on June 20, 1996.
BNSF 2623 and 3198 idle by the massive new concrete grain elevator in Thompson, North Dakota.
BNSF power with a Santa Fe leader makes a run south to Portland in a winter storm.
A lonely spring switch indicator still guards the East End of the Naples siding, nearly five years after NS removed the signals from service, and 18 months after NS sold the line to current owner ... (more)
Two former Santa Fe geeps make their was across the Lake Oswego railroad bridge on their daily train from Albany to Vancouver.
Every now and then the BNSF treats railfans to a great pairing of engines. Such was the case on this day when BNSF 2770 and 2854 (both GP39-2's) were assigned freight sorting duties in the Denver... (more)
KCT's pair of ex-D&H GP39-2's lead a transfer past Adams St Interlocking on its way back to Mill St Yard.
BLU T59 is sitting just short of a small railroad crossing in Canton, NC while waiting on T31 to finish up in the yard.
Eastbound BRS train W44 slowly creeps its way down the W-Line as it crosses I-40 in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Aided by a Boston and Maine GP38-2. three Delaware and Hudson ex-Reading GP39-2’s pull a westbound manifest through Chemung, New York. Hidden in the trees is the barn that made this an unmistakabl... (more)
Blue Ridge Southern's W44 makes a rare daylight run on the former Southern "W" Line in western North Carolina. The signals, now off and turned sideways are a reminder of the once import... (more)