Leaving a trail of coal dust in their wake, the crew of 704 is getting the job done, as they bring the train thru the swag at Pemberton.
Slowly pounding over the NS controlled diamond 23rd St. (MP WA-137.3/J-149.9 23rd St.) is the 9,725ft in length CSX Q582-05 (Atlanta,GA-Nashville,TN) on the final few miles on the CSX W&A Sub dur... (more)
With a green light, a BNSF Z sweeps around the curve at Silverwood and descends westbound down Cajon Pass.
On a crystal clear December evening, Norfolk Southern's intermodal train 23G roars through the countryside of Rural Retreat Virginia bound for Norfolk. This is one spot along the Pulaski District ... (more)
A pair of BNSF units leads a grain train east on CSX's former NYC mainline.
Russell to Richmond manifest Q302-04 accelerates through Ashland on a frigid December evening, heading for their first stop at South Charleston Yard in the capitol city of West Virginia.
Climbing eastbound on Main 1 a BNSF Z makes its way up to the top of Cajon Pass.
Late afternoon along the busy BNSF Seligman Subdivision just west of Kingman finds a westbound stack train passing the control signals at Griffith.
A Norfolk Southern ES44DC leads two other class 1 GEs through the small town of Crittenden at track speed. This train would soon go into Emergency as a car towards the end was wobbling real bad.
Hotshot NS 21V races down main two at Cassandra, preparing to cross in front of a train stopped ahead of it at South Fork on main three.
The early morning sun begins to rise over the hills of Hackberry as a Z7 intermodal train bound for San Bernardino, CA races across the Arizona desert.
Boaters enjoy being on the cool water of the Colorado River while BNSF's "Gold Bar" unit leads a westbound Z-train over the famous bridge into California on a 111 degree day.
After waiting in the siding for a northbound train to pass, the Bakersfield to Barstow BNSF manifest (running under UP symbol MBKBAJ 28 since it is on UP tracks) slowly starts to move as it tries ... (more)
An Eastbound double stack train heads past Rock Island Dam while following along the Columbia River.
22N has a rolling meet with 288-30. A crew started calling this train "Twenty Two Nacho" a few years ago and is now referred to a such by most crews, dispatchers and yardmasters.