A MP15AC switching in the yard at McQuade Street railroad crossing.
Still in SOO in Nahant.
Great to see two veteran switchers together working the UP yard at 36th Street - UPY 1329 (MP15AC) and UPY 1321 (MP15AC).
Dropping The Jordan- The engineering forces drop the Jordan, and snow starts flying after clearing a rural road west of the town of Randolph Wisconsin. In seconds those MP'S will start to bog down... (more)
Just 5 years ago, this remnant of a 120-year-old branch (built by a predecessor to Milwaukee Road) was still seeing trains 1-2x per week. The branch was once part of the Kingsbury branch, which e... (more)
Former Milwaukee Road #474, now Soo Line #1540, is paired with CP 1404 with the duty of switching and creating trains at the Canadian Pacific Humboldt Yard. I am definitely enjoying seeing as many... (more)
My grandson's football game had ended on a perfect Saturday midday, when I flipped on the scanner and heard of an approaching train. Time to jump into a phonebooth and slip into my "S" costume (S... (more)
Madison-Janesville T-6 makes a rollby on the bridge showing off it's varied EMD consist.
Switching out cars in the ClearOn industry, a South Charleston yard job will soon cross over Route 60 and through a small portion of street running that parallels the industrial park entrance.
CSX Y108 with goodies for FEC 101 rumbles across the Jax Bridge on a very humid and hot morning.
We're stopped at Waterloo,WI. while the crew puts up with the Engineer getting a photo.
Working the far West end of Neff Yard
With but a few miles left until the terminal, the Madison-Janesville leaves Milton YL and passes evidence of summer trackwork as seen through bent corn stalks that had been blown over by straight-... (more)
Engineer B. Tannen slowly shoves on the consist of Y120 as he takes his train back to the S&NA yard while passing the Union Station Train Shed in Montgomery.
It's a very hot early October day at Louisville, as evidenced by the switchman riding this L&N MP15AC working the ICG interchange.