The Buffalo-P&L Jct local crosses over from #1 Main and bangs across the B&O diamond and will work the interchange yard here.
Crews called the re-engined Baldwins "buffalos", but #623 died and had to be set out at left. Switch crew on #551 had to assist the train up the hill, but since the NW2 has no mu, the units are do... (more)
GP40-2W's #501/515 and GP35 #205 wait for an eastbound at Soapstone Siding before proceeding through Hoosac Tunnel.
One of many MLW's assigned to the Toronto terminal area. In the background are some of the numerous construction cranes of Toronto's building boom of the 80's which would eventually consume this y... (more)
Southbound along the Hudson past Bannerman Castle.
GP9 #7437 had a "deluxe" PC paint job with the name spelled out on the nose and another herald with the name on the cab sides. This forced the number down to the battery box.
Though the F unit has it's headlight on, it's the little NW2 at the other end doing all the work as it hostles road power on the Bison Yd engine tracks. Units are F7A-B-A (7124-7132-7134), GP7 (12... (more)
An Acela Express crosses the Mystic River swing bridge.
A westbound intermodal leaves the Weber River Canyon behind.
Eastbound coal empties exit Thistle Tunnels less than an hour after sunrise. The area below the train, including Route 89 was covered by "Lake Thistle" in 1983 when a giant mudslide covered the ra... (more)
Westbound through the Weber River Canyon.
#7159 is a DPU on an eastbound coal train through Echo Canyon.
A westbound manifest is exiting the west end of Echo Canyon.
Older power on the Utah is a fleet of 11 ex CSX SD40's. Here #9010 rests in front of the peaks of the Wasatch Range.
An eastbound empty coal train exits Nolan Tunnel.