These days they seem to be easing around on switchers and locals but back then the best unit ever built was charging down the main trailing a little railfan potpourri and roaring like lion. This ... (more)
You don't see a consist like this on coal these days. Tucked way to the rear is a leased Santa Fe GE.
Powered down and awaiting its next assignment on the Springfield line.
BMW export train 28T holds the main while Spartanburg-Union, SC local P86 goes in the siding at Pacolet.
An A-B-A lashup on the Burlington Northern EMD style, in an era that's hard to do. I believe B unit 7500 is one of a kind, it's a SD40-2 wreak rebuild.
Due to a wreck on the Santa Fe transcon the Santa Fe is being forced to detour their high priority trains on the Union Pacific. Due to cab controls most foreign power is unable to lead over the UP... (more)
BN 7155 leads a mix of BN and ATSF power as well as a CN unit east through Abo Canyon on a manifest freight in spring 1998. By this time Heritage I was history on new locomotive orders, replaced b... (more)
After a snowless Christmas, BN 8094 hustles a Q train through Chana, IL, just west of Rochelle on the former CB&Q mainline to the Twin Cities. The Santa Fe Dash 8 is the give away that this is now... (more)
Canadian Pacifics PTC test train heads through the outskirts of Clinton, Iowa
VICTORVILLE CA Sept. 5 1983 -- A helper set awaits a job.
All is quiet in Kelly Lake and the local assigned here idles away in cold and dark of night.
Conrail's OI16 passes through Sewaren with a short train for Brown's Yard in Old Bridge, N.J.
Alphabet Route (AVR-W&LE-B&P) empty coke departs Evans City for it journey down the P&W sub.
The Engines in this picture are (in this order):
BP 3063 SD40-2
AVR 3002 SD40-3
WE 6985 ... (more)
MILW 131 (and Bi-centenniel 156) hold the main at the east end of Beverly, WA siding. Soon westbound train 201 will take the siding and 131 will continue east to a crew change at Othello, WA. Note... (more)
Passing through the semaphores at mile 219.8, Burlington Northern train No. 123 heads west escaping some stormy weather on Winston Hill, Montana, on September 10, 1995.