A Phoenix to Los Angeles baretable train approaches Cosnino as it battles the 1.3 percent grade of the Arizona Divide.
A quartet of sixaxle GE's of BNSF (ES44DC # 7893, ES44C4 # 6836, C44-9W # 4132 and ES44DC # 7667) are leaving Barstow's yard with a doublestack eastbound, while the yard shunters SD40-2 # 1851 and... (more)
CN/CSX teamwork. CN 2283 & CSXT 529 are teaming up to power CN 327, a train which originates on CN rails but reaches CSX rails in Valleyfield, Qc. Here it is westbound on the south track of... (more)
CN 473 passed Montmagny
Emerging out of thick morning fog, an eastbound BNSF freight rumbles across Noxon Bridge over the Clark Fork west of Noxon, Montana, just after sunrise on October 2, 2014.
Robert's Bank-Chicago stacks speed east towards Kamloops, as the sun does it's best to burn off the morning fog.
It looks like an oil train.... But it isn't. CN 2318 is at the head end of a quite late CN 305 (Moncton-Toronto) which is passing over the Richelieu river with quite a bit of tankers at the... (more)
Prince Rupert-Montreal stacks glide past Tilbury cement in Miworth, BC.
Auto Train at Mormon Rocks - A San Diego bound auto train rounds the turn from CP Walker on Main #2 of the BNSF Cajon Subdivision at Mormon Rocks.
The train will cross Cajon Creek in abo... (more)
Rolling meet: Eastbound Canadian National train No. 302 meets westbound CN train No. 111 on the curves through English, Alberta, on a rainy July 14, 2013.
After dropping off nearly half its train up the line at Baldwin, 348 soars through the small town of Lula on NS's Greenville District.
My Favorite GEVO - BNSF 7777 - The first picture I have of BNSF #7777 was taken on July 29, 2009, where I got it at the crossing with the Power Line Road at MP 57.17.
Since then I have s... (more)
Crossing into California from Arizona, a westbound container train passes over the Colorado River via Santa Fe's iconic Topock Bridge.
Bagdad Now - An eastbound auto train rolls through what was once Bagdad California on it's way to Amboy.
The road in the foreground is National Trails Highway (aka Route 66).
Wintertime in the Mojave... On a sunny 60 degree morning east of Goffs, an eastbound baretable train meets a westbound rack train along Santa Fe's Needles Subdivision.