CSX Train Q686 From Indianapolis Indiana to North Platte Nebraska speeds through Effingham Illinois. When this train gets to Roselake Yard in East Saint Louis Illinois the Train will pick up UP Sy... (more)
Some nice looking foreign power has an eastbound grain train on the move again after meeting a westbound at the siding in Paynesville. By this time, things had warmed up to about -10F.
A pair of ACe's lead a 595 coal train west as they pass through Mexico on a beautiful afternoon.
NS 1067, the Reading Lines heritage unit, leads NS 214 through downtown Thomasville, NC on a cold December morning.
The New York Central heritage races through the Maryland countryside as the sun begins to rise on a beautiful day.
With sanders going and locomotives in notch-8, No. 776 tackles Elkhorn Grade in Switchback, W.Va., led by NS's Central of New Jersey heritage unit. The train weighing just over 15,000 tons is down... (more)
The sun is setting and shadows grow long as westbound empty hopper train 759 snakes into the yard at Bluefield, W.Va., before tying down and awaiting a new crew to go toward Williamson. The train ... (more)
NS 595 heads past the peaceful farm next to the mp148 signals at a location known as Mexico.
A clean SD70ACe is looking good as it leads NS 681 west on the Norfolk Southern Chicago Line.
Between Williams Jct and Chandler, this westbound manifest lead by SD70ACe 8780 heads west in the late afternoon. Note the last unit is CREX 1324.
A pair of older Union Pacific ACes have CSX autoparts train Q374 on the move after waiting for a northbound CN train to clear the plant at Effingham. The classic station at Effingham, which at one... (more)
A pair of new ACe's lead a southbound coal load climbing into Larkspur, CO on the joint UP-BNSF Joint Line
BNSF 9043 & 9511 lead an eastbound coal train.
D&RGW heritage unit 1989 brings the southbound Brooklyn past the Stockton ACE station, getting ready to duck under the highway 4 overpass and slam the BNSF diamonds.
BNSF mty hoppers, head north on the Joint Line. (Thank you to Joe B. for acting as tour guide this day.)