The J01 dump train has unloaded at Wentz, located a short distance to the right, and slowly rolls past the idled Osaka No. 2 tipple at Stonega. The crew will return to Holton, located on a spur of... (more)
The engineer of BNSF 1993 (SD40-2) confers with the ground crew before climbing out of the 'bowl' that helps with the gravity feed for sorting freight cars in the Denver Yard.
Eastbound trailers roll through Rankin, Pa.
CSX Q263 slows as it approaches the yard in Buffalo with a trio of classic EMDs. A pair of SD40-2's and an SD50 put on a good show as we chased the train from Macedon to Buffalo.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 arriving in Hartford yard.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 from West Springfield yard, passes the dormant Suburban Propane company in Windsor. At one time this was an active rail served business. The switch and siding no l... (more)
You can still find former Burlington Northern SD40-2's working the Denver Yard sorting freight cars.
The NS local waits in the siding in Erie for eastbounds while an excavator is unloaded to cut up a derailed covered hopper in the yard from a December derailment.
A trio of classic EMD's belch smoke as they crawl up the grade on Batavia Hill with 958 axles of freight in tow.
The Emory Gap local has picked up several cars from Oakdale, and is heading back south toward "The Gap'. Powering this local was a great looking (and sounding) pair of classic SD40-2s.
A southbound run-through train works its way through the passenger platforms at Alexandria, Virginia. It won’t be long before all of this traffic is routed through Front Royal.
Empire of the North final Stand
On a cold gloomy evening at the Chattanooga Diesel Shop we get a glimpse of eight out of a large quantity of SD40-2 that was acquired by Norfolk So... (more)
Moving at a snail's pace with 958 axles of mixed freight behind them, three classic EMD's smoke their way up Batavia Hill.
A trio of standard cab EMD's lead Q263 with 958 axles of mixed freight in tow up Batavia Hill.
NBSR 6304 leads a New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight, as they climb the grade departing Saint John, New Brunswick. Heavy fog blankets the area, as they come out of a patch of it.