Coal hoppers on this eastbound Union Pacific loaded coal train emerge from the shadows at Pinecliffe, CO on a late September afternoon.
Just a loner hangin around.
It's a full house in the CSX Selkirk Yard. Built by NRE, genset 1324 sits beside an assortment of power.
Still on the East Lancashire Railway, following its appearance at the Autumn Steam gala, A4 class no 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley works a weekend train at Burrs. I took the opportunity to grab a pan sh... (more)
looking smart after its lengthy overhaul, Hughes Fowler "Crab" class no 13065 pauses at Ramsbottom station on the East Lancashire Railway while working a Friday evening Red Rose Diner train. The s... (more)
Replacing some ties on the reverse loop in the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s yard in Durango, Colorado, is Maintenance-of-Way gang Unit 870 on October 15, 2014.
BNSF 4731 slowly creeps up along side BNSF 9281 at BNSF's small Kelly Lake yard. The BNSF 4731 is leading a Tex-Mex train loaded with taconite pellets from United Taconite bound for Mexico while ... (more)
An empty ethanol train bound for Hartley, IA, works west at MP 63. Here the train snake out of the river valley west of Lawler passing Homeland Ethanol Plant located between New Hampton and Lawler... (more)
NOHAB-Balaton II. The summer of 2013 was unforgettable for many European railway enthusiasts, because after 13 years GM's diesel-powered NOHAB locomotive hauled regular trains again at Lake... (more)
Early morning thick fog blankets the area as a crew readies their train of ballast cars for departure out of the yard at Virginia for points elsewhere on the CN system.
On a drizzly morning, 229 peaks the grade of Erlanger Hill under the GRS Searchlight signals. These 1940's built signals are falling fast, in a few weeks these signals will be gone, if you look c... (more)
Rods down as 4501 hits her 15 MPH stride south of the battlefield!
Early morning and the fog is thickening as a crew readies their train of ballast cars for departure. Lighting provided by CN 2882, a new ES44AC, leading M344 southbound down the CN Rainy Sub.
IC 1001 holds the main at Virginia with it's short train in tow waiting for a lengthy southbound freight that's dropping down the south side of the Laurentian Divide and will take the siding.
A late afternoon at Gothenburg finds this grain train sitting in the elevator track, with the appearance of being ready for departure.