Colorful visitors lead 28N across Pan Am's District 3. PRLX 9555 started as BN 9555 before becoming part of BNSF. It is now owned by Progress Rail but still retains its original paint 20 years lat... (more)
BNSF 8970 on the rear of a loaded ore train at Allouez yard. The wye here hasn't been used in years. In the steam era it was used to turn locomotives, including GN's massive 2-8-8-0 N-2 class that... (more)
M736 with an SD70mac is seen scorching east out of Pensacola at the onset of the Blue Hour. The train was 60 cars this evening. He had rock for Galt City, Defuniak Springs, and a stop at Anderson... (more)
With 786 SD70MAC's purchase in the 90's for BN and then BNSF, these beast were the mainstay power for coal trains on the BNSF system for many years. When traffic levels tanked alot of these motors... (more)
Spring or Winter? The day after 8-10 inches fell in the Shenandoah Valley, NS 16T comes north with leased power PRLX 9561 and 9560.
On an eastbound Burlington Northern coal train grinding up Crawford Hill west of Belmont, Nebraska, on July 9, 1994, EMD SD70MAC Nos. 9440 and 9449 bracket EMD SD60MAC No. 9503. EMD built four 3,8... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 24E heads East to Atlanta, GA. As they pass through Cook Springs, AL. With a what is now rare TFM SD70MAC on the point
The leased power parade continues with PRLX 9554 leading a northbound mixed freight.
Eastbound loads along highway 6 at Greenwood, NE pass under the CB&Q signal bridges that were replaced a few years ago.
PRLX 9556 (Ex BNSF, Exx BN) leads 135 out of downtown Old Fort to begin the climb up the loops.
PRLX ex-BN executive MAC 9558 leads 65M west through Pine Junction.
On a sunny St. Patrick's Day PRLX ex-BN SD70MAC 9558 holds in Whiting with NS 65M. Hard to believe some of these executive MACs have ended up in lease fleets!