Another wild BNSF lashup heads west into Kingman Canyon.
Union Pacific Oil Train OESSN 03 Heads south down the Chester Sub passing under the MoPac Era Cantilever signal protecting C.P Chap. Chap is where the UP Mt. Vernon Sub joins the Chester Sub. In c... (more)
As a thick layer of overcast and dense fog move in across the sleeping City of Atlanta, Georgia during the early morning hours of October 13,2014, Norfolk Southern train 174 looks on from NS's Atl... (more)
CN 330 heads through St. Catharines with CN 2597 in the lead. Illinois Central units are not common out in Niagara, however, 1036 managed to hop on board this lashup, which I consider rare compare... (more)
BNSF 5355 East takes the siding at West Austin as, even now, a westbound manifest is awaiting a green light in order to continue its climb over Mullan Pass. It's a pretty smooth operation here.
CN 327 with IC 2697 and CN 2115 is approaching Lake Street crossing at Huntingdon, Qc. The conductor and trainee conductor are on the nose of the lead unit as they are about to disembark and enter... (more)
Time to swap trains. CN 327 with IC 2697 and CN 2115 is in the siding at Huntingdon, Qc as CN 326 with CN 2688 & CN 5546 and a CSX crew slowly approaches. The CN crew will quickly mount CN ... (more)
Over the Soulanges canal. CN 327 with IC 2697 and CN 2115 is crossing the now out of use Soulanges Canal on its way to interchange with CSXT at Huntingdon, Qc.
Warbonnet 767 repositions for service.
Warbonnet 742 waits for service at the Denver engine servicing facility.
As angry clouds flow overhead and icy winds blow over the waters of Frog Pond west of Trout Creek, Montana, an eastbound BNSF stack train is silhouetted against falling rain to the north illuminat... (more)
There is always a variety of power being serviced at the BNSF engine shops in Denver.
A Warbonnet brings a freight into the Denver Yard
A trio of new GE C44-9Ws and a veteran EMD SD40T-2 lead a 70 car Roper to Valley Camp coal empty through Spanish Fork Canyon on Jan. 2, 1995.
NS 51R flies down Braswell Mountain by the fields and through the crossing at Coots Lake.