BNSF ES44C4 #6906 approaching Tehachapi Summit on the point of a northbound stack train.
BNSF ES44C4 #6838 leading a J.B. Hunt stack train downgrade thru the Tehachapi mountains between the sidings of Marcel and Walong.
Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad GE 70-Tonner yard switcher No. 50, "American Freedom Train" 4-8-4 No. 1 (former Reading Railroad No. 2101) manufactured by Baldwin Locomotive Works and C... (more)
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 4-6-2 Pacific No. 5300 "President Washington" (built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in February 1927) and Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 4-6-4 Streamlined Hudson No. ... (more)
Union Pacific AC45CCTE No. 7806 leading a stacktrain southbound out of the desert town of Mojave.
Historic Point of Rocks railroad station marks the junction between CSX's "Metropolitan Subdivision" from Washington, DC to Weverton, MD and the "Old Main Line Subdivision" from Baltimore, MD. A w... (more)
Canadian Pacific AC4400CW No. 8644 leading a westbound stack train along the banks of Kicking Horse River about halfway between Leanchoil and Golden.
BLS Re 465 002-4 "Gornergrat" leading a 3-unit light engine move out of Niederglatt. Other engines in the consist are: BLS Re 4/4 No. 176 "Hohtenn" and BLS Re 4/4 No. 188 "Naters". Barely visible ... (more)
MRCE ES 64 F4-090 (189 990-5) "Göttingen" (leased to SBB Cargo International) in charge of the Novelis unit aluminium train from Göttingen (Germany) to Sierre (Switzerland). Because of a line clos... (more)
Amtrak Genesis Locomotives P42-9BWH No. 61 and No. 140 in charge of Southbound Amtrak No. 11 COAST STARLIGHT from Seattle, WA to Los Angeles, CA.
There is not much left of the old Oregon, California & Eastern Railway in and around Klamath Falls, OR. OC&E Caboose No. 2006 on display next to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail in Altamont, OR.
CORP Tunnel-Motor SD40T-2 No. 4075 waiting for another assignment with 14,179 feet high Mount Shasta looming in the back.
Helm Leasing SD40-3 No. 6058 and two CORP GP38-3 (No. 3805 and No. 3807) switching the Roseburg Lumber Mill in Weed, CA.
Crossing the Columbia River from Washington into Oregon, a southbound BNSF manifest slowly starts his journey over the Oregon Trunk.
Westbound mixed freight with CN ES44DC No. 2324 and BCOL C40-8M No. 4624 on the point.