Alabama & Tennessee River Railway (ATN) Local Freight Train M715 (Guntersville Turn) makes their way back Southbound to their Yard in Gadsden, AL. as they pass through Moragne, AL. After doing the... (more)
Santa Fe westbound Birmingham to Los Angeles BN runthrough train QBHLA was climbing Ash Hill passing Klondike in the Mojave Desert
A trio of GP50's, two ex-ATSF, and one ex-BN long cab, are laying over in Aberdeen for the weekend. Come Sunday, the trio will lead a local south to Mitchell, SD.
A beautiful early evening finds the 1000-foot tug/barge Presque Isle taking on a load of iron ore at CN's former DM&IR dock while a BNSF transfer rolls past headed for Superior, Wisconsin.
The power from yesterday's D70 train is caught performing another transfer run in Kansas City. This time it is to the KCS Kn... (more)
A Santa Fe intermodal glides east through Darling, Arizona on a sunny Oct. 1 ,1988 morning.
With 15 active GP50s still remaining on the roster, the high hood GP50 will be a thing of the past along with their hood mounted bells and P5s. NS 7066 stands during the night in McDonough, Georgi... (more)
Many years ago thought this was just a common ol' GP50, who knew 6 years later these units would disappear en masse, getting rebuilt into slugs and ECO units, if my research is right 7069 is one o... (more)
ATN Z390 rolls south past the former Seaboard Air Line signal near Wattsville, Alabama
Another day, another one out of 15 GP50s on the active NS roster caught leading. This one is running the way intended while on it's way to downtown Fuquay-Varina from Raleigh, NC to tie down. The ... (more)
#50!! Winston-Salem Southbound Railway local heading south towards downtown Lexington with one of the very last ex-SOU GP50s leading.
Winston-Salem Southbound Railway local heading south towards downtown Lexington with one of the very last ex-SOU GP50s leading.
Far removed from the transcon, a former Santa Fe GP50 handles a short switch job past the dry dock at Fraser Shipyard. High and dry in the dock is the heavy duty tug Ken Boothe Sr.