BLOL 7591 sits with the rest of the roster at Risk Junction, waiting for a new crew to take them home in the morning after delivering to CN.
Hobo Railroad #1921, nee GN #1921, awaits its next assignment.
Leaving light. CN 7054 & CN 4707 are leaving the Turcot Holding Spur light after dropping off a boxcar the Kruger plant.
CN 7054 & CN 4707 are shoving a hopper and a boxcar towards the end of the Turcot Holding Spur.
The latest addition to the O&NW roster is this ex-SAL GP9 #1912 (which once wore the TVRM #102) which will see a return to a SAL "Citrus"-inspired paint it once wore (as a highhood unit)... (more)
MBTA 7538 was the only one of the agency's 14 ex-New Haven/Penn Central GP9s to receive the yellow/purple/gray "Easter egg" paint scheme. It awaited the evening rush hour at Boston's Sou... (more)
Bloomer brings grain loads down towards CN at Gibson City.
Eastern Illinois Railroad units (nee CNW GP9 #1763 and PRR GP9 #7111) await their next assignment.
On a bright fall afternoon, a trio of Boston & Maine GP9s lead train SPCP (Springfield, MA, to Newport, VT, via B&M/CP) north through Greenfield, MA. This train commonly ran with pooled B&M and CP... (more)
Spokane, Portland & Seattle GP9 151 and F7A 802 on roundtable.
CN 7054 & CN 4707 lead a short transfer out of the Port of Montreal as they cross the Lachine Canal.
After dropping off a car the Kruger plant, the Pointe St-Charles Switcher is crossing Monk Boulevard, which they had just flagged.
A Bald Eagle stands guard at it’s nest, as the twice a day intruder rumbles by and across Benewah Lake near St Maries Idaho.
Tucked away in a corner of the Idaho Panhandle is the St Maries Ri... (more)
CN 7054 is crossing Monk Boulevard as the Pointe St-Charles Switcher works on the Turcot Holding Spur.