With bright orange colors of rust on the couplers, nice blue bearing end cap covers and a shiny black skin on the bodies, one can easily tell these tank cars were recently built (April 2012 to be ... (more)
Splash! It seems that diamonds on any railroad are always difficult in draining water.
A bridge used by the MoPac on its former mainline into Pueblo frames up the rear DPU on an empty BNSF coal train. Once this bridge used to carry the Colorado Eagle, today it carries the tags of g... (more)
Radio Equipped Y291 and its remote control platform turn the 8574 into a remote controlled locomotive and go about sorting cars in the former L&N yard at Montgomery.
The loaded tank cars full of Phenol show off their rail bending abilities as they move along the jointed rail of the State Do... (more)
A pair of BNSF's TEBC6 wait for work in the massive flat switching yard of East Thomas. Today they are found in the newest BNSF pain... (more)
Purr-fect Transportation Thirty-nine years later, Chessie can still be found sleeping on her pillow. This pop art style of logo was the brainchild of Franklyn Carr in 1972 by combining a s... (more)
Norfolk Southern High The NS 2922, ex-Conrail 7746, now serves the railroad by training new hires on how to run a successful one at the NS training center. Many interesting types of equip... (more)
Q614 continues north as the unimaginable southern snow storm intensifies. Members of the Auburn Rail Crew (from L to R) Britt Johnson, Mason Bernard (Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)Locomotive: GE AC4400CWLocation: Cusseta, Alabama, USALocomotive #: CSXT 114Train ID: CSX Q614Photo Date: January 19, 2008
Flexible With a pair of UP 6 axle units pulling slowly, another Continues Welded Rail (CWR) train full of 136lb Rocky Mountain Steel departs the city of Pueblo and shows off the spaghetti ... (more)
A loaded coal train makes its way through Pueblo as a motorist wastes no time in crossing the tracks.
A former NS MoW piece of equipment no longer cleans up derailments, but instead spends its days at the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum with other unique pieces of equipment.
Bridge to nowhere Once used by the Missouri Pacific as a crossing over the Fountain River and their way into Pueblo, this steel bridge has outlasted the MoPac and surprisingly still retain... (more)
Mad Dash NS 219 waits for CSX A734 to clear the 14th Street interlocking while a pedestrian hustles from the Amtrak station on the right to cross the tracks in front of a Hi-railer, A734 a... (more)
The always elusive Z762 with 4-axle power makes a daylight appearance as it takes a circuitous route around the Alabama River on a picture perfect day. This train is always so much fun to catch.