Veteran SD40-2 5935 slows down on the approach to CP West Milan where it will meet NS 264, the eastbound RoadRailer.
A pair of GP38-2's switch tie gons at Selma yard before heading north to Kalkaska and Traverse City.
After switching DTE Gas in Kalkaska the train now heads back south to Walton Jct. as it rolls along Fife Lake.
Fall has arrived to most of Northern Michigan and is well represented along the GLC at Harrietta as the southbound CSTN heads back to Cadillac after switching out Wexford Sand in Yuma.
After spotting a cut of sand hoppers at the north end of the sand plant, the pair of 38's come to the south end of the plant to gather a small cut of cars to take back to Cadillac. This plant used... (more)
Still earning it's keep during the winters, the GLC's ex Ann Arbor Snow plow waits out another fall day in Cadillac. In the near future it will be back out and put through another season of snow f... (more)
Soon to be close amtrak station in Dearborn Michigan on the Michigan line. The new station will be located down the street. Get your shots while you can!
On a better than expected day which originally had steady rain, the SRI Fall Color Train rolls north down Elmira Hill past the former Boyne City, Gaylord, and Alpena Railroad bridge remains just n... (more)
A hostler is a groom or stableman, who is employed in a stable to take care of horses, usually at an inn. In this case the hostler is an engineer operating a turntable to line up tracks for a loc... (more)
A rare sight on Canadian National's Holly Subdivision. Triple Crown train 145 flies south past the old GTW searchlight at Pitt Jct. This junction is where the GLC main (on left) breaks off of th... (more)
An old CN wide cab GP40-2W in Zebra paint leads train 371 west toward Lansing where it will work the GM Delta Township Assembly Plant.
It is an unusually warm and sultry autumn morning. Three GP40's, basking in the hazy brilliance of the rising sun, have just brought in the northbound road freight.
As the last of the sunlight casts over the trees, it is absorbed by the GLC Middleton Turn and the Carland Elevator. The train would stop here and drop a carload of new rail for the rehab project ... (more)
Only about 30 minutes from home base, the GLC ONTN makes a mad dash through a thick tunnel of lush green leafy trees.