Certainly the most impressive feature of the Lackawanna main line between Scranton and Binghamton is the Tunkhannock Viaduct, the largest concrete structure in the world when completed in 1915. Of... (more)
This classic Santa Fe keep has been around Vancouver for a few years now. It still looks good moving a cut of box cars to be taken around the system.
A pair of BNSF GP39-2s idle away in New Albany after finishing their local duties for the day.
LIRC 2301 leads train C12A19 at Speed – place name and literally – over the Continuous Welded Rail allowing 49 mph track speed.
663 0ver the Lake Oswego Railroad bridge
Just 10 cars make up the local A720 on this beautiful morning. The diesel engine in this four axel EMD locomotive, idles smoothly awaiting the arrival of a crew to get it underway to work Mohawk ... (more)
Here we see a nice variety of UP power in the North Yard including UP 1205, a GP39-2 built in 1977 for the Kennecott Utah Copper Corporation. It later worked for the Missouri Kansas Texas Railroa... (more)
One of my favorite shots of 663 running over Cornelius Pass was this shot just east of North Plains. The 90's Nissan pickup adds a nice touch of making this shot look like it was taken a decade ag... (more)
Delaware & Hudson to Boston & Maine to Union PacificSpotted in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on a sweltering July 23, 1999, in Union Pacific GP39-2 2732. Built in March 1976 as Delaware &... (more)
A lone GP39-2 sits on a section of track behind the Vancouver turn-table.
GRANADA CO June 17 1979 -- ATSF GP39-2 3613 blasts htough Granada. Unit 3613 was sold to Portland & Western/Williamette & Pacific.
A Santa Fe local heads westbound west of Wilburn, Illinois, on April 19, 1986. The local is powered by a pair of four-motor EMDs—GP39-2 No. 3642 and GP38 No. 2322.
OT1 wastes no time hustling 45 cars of copper ore to the smelter at Hayden.
Loaded OT1 with locomotive #502 is seen shortly after departing Ray Mine running along Florence-Kelvin Hwy into Ray Junction.
The Copper Basin Railway's evening acid train heads toward the copper mine at Ray, Arizona. The usual saguaros dominate the hillside in the background.