After bringing the president and one of the vice presidents down to Lubbock, a BNSF OCS cruises past a cotton? field north of Abernathy on its way back to Denver. The sun broke out from behind a h... (more)
After bringing the president and one of the vice presidents into Lubbock, a BNSF OCS backs past the signal at Canyon Junction before heading back to Amarillo and Denver.
Ice and snow still clings to the ties and the grass as NHIR 40 puts on a show charging up the grade at Hood.
NS 9338 pauses under the steam era coaling tower with an eastbound coal train as an ex-N&W stands by. The CPLs at Farm have since been replaced with modern Safetran signals.
The West Texas & Lubbock transfer from the BNSF yard passes the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre returning behind their two SD9043MACs based out of Lubbock.
As storms darken the sky to the east, BNSF 798 has this westbound manifest up to track speed as they pass through the town of Shallowater.
BNSF 798's conductor waves to the crew of an eastbound manifest while they wait in the siding at Broadview.
It's hard to believe this was my first day using a DSLR with interchangeable lenses, Canon XT (350D) and even harder to believe that it was over 6 years ago. New Hope & Ivyland dressed up #40 into... (more)
A roster view of the BNSF 759 leads the SLAAMS into Lubbock on its way to Amarillo. Sure, there are photographers who were able to shoot these when they were new on the Santa Fe, but for this east... (more)
"That's far enough, 759..." This would be the closest BNSF 759 would get to passing the ex-ATSF cantilever signal at Canyon Junction before the sun set for the day. The train would roll bac... (more)
Another well-kept Warbonnet leads "the SLAAMS train" past the massive grain complex on the southeast side of Lubbock after the short sprint from Slaton.
A railroad employee gives Extra 765 an all-clear at Carland just after sunset on a Saturday evening. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
Guilford power galore! No less than 11 locomotives can be seen in Guilford paint in this November 2006 photo. Now, it is a much different scene at Pan Am Railway's East Deerfield yard.
Prior to departing Sugarcreek with the ORTA Special, Ohio Central's 2-8-0 #33 in original LS&I livery crosses paths with a horse and buggy.
The lead units of the DULLUB have uncoupled to work the massive grain elevator to the south of the yard leaving pair of relatively clean, well-kept Warbonnets by themselves. Unfortunately, the pai... (more)