The Great Western Railway 105 Job holds a siding at the BNSF North Yard. Later the units will run Lite power to the nearby Budweiser Plant to perform regular switching duties.
HLCX 1046 and 1068 (both GP38-2's) make the horseshoe turn adjacent to the Brush Sub on their way to the UP 36th Street Yard, passing BNSF 1043 (also a GP38-2) painted in a unique blue scheme.
A Meeting of Horsepower HLCX 3841 and HBRY 6526 lead two Lumber Cars past two horses enjoying the pleasant sunshine just outside of Johnstown, CO.
An ex-BN SD40-2 is back home cruising along the banks of the frozen Wayzata Bay, leading an empty fertilizer train destined for Ridgewood, FL via the CSXT in Chicago, IL.
Great Western Local GW1 moves slowly through the rural countryside on a switch job to Johnstown, CO. When completed the Power will return to the Omnitrax Facility in Loveland.
This Great Western Railway Local heads towards Johnstown, CO with two empty centerbeam cars.
The Great Western Railway 105 Job shoves a string of cars on to a siding at the BNSF North Yard.
Helm Leasing HLCX 1057 (GP38-2) and team idle as they wait for their orders to move freight in an industrial complex east of Denver.
CSX train Q556 is headed east along the old Rock Island in New Lenox, with a Helm SD40-2 on the point, followed by a CSX standard cab C40-8, in YN2 paint. The train is splitting the signals at MP ... (more)
One former BNSF, one current BNSF, both headed to New Wales.
HLCX 1027 and NREX 3333 bring their train to US Silica.
A pair of units, lead by Helm 8169, brings a short train under route 219 just west of Meyersdale on a very snowy February day.
On a crystal clear day a extra section of Q210 soars above the Etowah River in Emerson with a nice looking ex-BNSF unit.
Right behind the pair of KCS Southern Belles was a second southbound, this one sporting a trio of elephant style SD40-2's (pair of HLCX's sandwiching a CSX). This train came off the CSX Big 4 in t... (more)
Getting them while I can!
The B&O signal bridges along the Cumberland Subdivision are targeted for retirement and removal in early February. So I set out to capture a few last shot... (more)