The Trona heads out of town with four EMDs in full throttle leading a heavy train.
Trona Railway's evening Turn to the UP interchange heads out of the other-worldly landscape on it's mainline as they approach Searles.
LSRC's Flint turn heads South towards it's point of interchange with CSX, as it passes the aged Pere Marquette signals at Mt. Morris.
Derail in place - check! A short Central Manitoba Railway (CEMR) train was parked just south of Oak Bluff outside Winnipeg. Presumably they had worked on the rest of the subdivision and were parke... (more)
CNW 6934 brings a train past the small section shanty at Bryn Mawr, IL in August of 1988. Bryn Mawr borders the west end of O'Hare Field and carries Chicago-Milwaukee freight traffic from the CNW ... (more)
The Conrail local has swung off the ex-Pennsylvania Railroad mainline and dropped down into Coatesville to interchange with the Delaware Valley Railway and the Brandywine Valley Railroad. Among th... (more)
A trio of WE units lead freight train 223 west as they pass the grain silos south of Dalton.
A trio of SD40s lead train 304-05 uphill out of Columbus and west along the Dayton District.
Making its debut run in fresh orange Genesee & Wyoming paint, New England Central Railroad SD40-2 (SD45 carbody) 3475 leads the NECR SD40T-2 3317 past the Central Vermont Randolph, Vermont, depot.... (more)
CSX #8014 is an SD40-2 that was built as L&N SD40-2 #8014. In this shot it's the power for a welded rail train that is going to be dropping rail for the scale track in the Erie, PA yard.
After a crew change at McAdam, New Brunswick, NBSR 6318 continues on westward, towards the Canada/USA border, into Maine, with the last bit of light sneaking behind the trees.
A somewhat sad looking ex-Conrail SD40-2 leads an eastbound "high and wide" consist between Ardara and Larimer. Today's cargo consists of two large transformers and a piece of Caterpilla... (more)
Southbound passing station.
The southbound Swift RoadRailer crests the grade from Bieber on the old Western Pacific Highline. This is one of the BNSF Gateway Subdivision's most remote areas.
A trio of former Burlington Northern SD40-2's lead the daily Grand Forks, ND to Northtown, MN mixed freight past Coon Creek in Coon Rapids, MN.