Clean SD40-2 SF 5055 at the SF Phoenix yard in 1986.
Only a few months old and waiting for their next run. These SD's were definitely my favorites Milwaukee locomotives.
After many months of all GPs/all the time for local service around Russellville (with most being blue or maroon leasers), we finally have a nice C-C in our midst, and in the correct colors. This ... (more)
an eastbound manifest freight approaches Elm Creek on Union Pacific's Kearney Subdivision in the last light of day.
An eastbound NS freight lead by a Southern SD40-2 passes the east end signal at Tucker after meeting a westbound.
NS P79 leaves Hayne Yard with a long train of empty racks headed for the BMW plant in Greer.
UP 3725 meets UP 3634 (with AT&SF detour) in Feather River Canyon with a rampaging Feather River in the foreground. The Santa Fe train is detouring because of flooding in the Tehachapis, A Ro... (more)
Approaching a pair of SD40-2's. In the winter of 2008 a CP westbound led by two venerable SD40-2's (CP 5576 & CP 5865) cools its heels while an AMT westbound passes with cab car AMT 706 lea... (more)
BN 8158 leads a post-merger consist out of the sag between Chalender and Williams Jct. The 5262, an SDF-40-2 second out, is interesting. Originally an Amtrak SDP-40F, these units demonstrated a te... (more)
Pure Santa Fe. Even though BN power is beginning to appear on numerous trains, this 80 car eastbound is resplendent in its native dress as it heads down off the Arizona Divide between Flagstaff an... (more)
Life in the Capitol CityThe westbound loaded Alcan train crawls through the capitol city of the bluegrass state, while traffic on either side of the train continues to roll through,... (more)
Former Norfolk & Western 1630, one of 11 remaining highhood SD40-2's on Norfolk Southern's roster sits at Panoma Yard in Greensboro, NC under dreary skies.
Traffic Jam at Devil's CanyonAt the eastern end of Canyon Diablo, Arizona, proof that the Santa Fe's Transcon route really does run trains like streetcars. As a westbound, led by S... (more)
An ex Union Pacific snoot nose 40-2 leads a Tuscaloosa,AL bound freight across the Alabama Gulf Coast Railroad diamond
CNW 6896 leads an ore train in full Fall colors at Goose Lake in 1988. Almost makes up for the demise of the Alcos on this line.