One of the more unique trains to catch on the Lake State Railway is the 90-car CSXT grain express interchanged off of the Mid Michigan Railroad on the short LSRC Paines Subdivision at Shields, Mic... (more)
GT 5933/5934 depart Lacrosse, WI on the Burlington Northern in January of 1993.
A quartet of EMD SD40-2s power an eastbound Union Pacific freight at Hermosa on UP’s route over Sherman Hill in Wyoming in July 1984. The train is entering a cut that leads to the twin bores of He... (more)
Burlington Northern train No. 110 cruises long the mighty Mississippi River at Genoa, Wisconsin, on October 15, 1995. The train is powered by EMD SD40-2 No. 7013, with a Santa Fe GP60B and BN GP10... (more)
BNSF 1760 heads to the Denver Yard for a day of sorting freight cars.
CITX 3068 heads east on the former B&O line to St Louis long hood foward with a CSX MoW train.
It’s been nearly two weeks since an 18-wheeler collided with A84 collided just outside of Calera. The remains of the two SD40-2 locomotives involved sit upright against the rebuilt mainline as th... (more)
A colorful RIBT awakens the village of Dayton on its way south to Butler.
While going for a cab ride in UP 3416 over the Blue Mountains, we stopped in the siding to meet the eastbound Amtrak Pioneer. It was a beautiful day and a lot of fun to ride on this Intermodal hot... (more)
BNSF 1684 (SD40-2) meets the California Zephyr in the Denver Yard.
LIRC's 3002 and 3001 race for Indy as they lead their train north.
RJ Corman pulls over the Arch Street bridge and onto the wye at Cresson to the interchange with Norfolk Southern.
What started out as what would normally be a standard flight for a photo, turned into an adventure with interesting results. Having lost one UAV two years ago within a mile of this location to a b... (more)
Canadian Pacific SD40-2 5584:2 built in 1983 using salvaged parts from wrecked SD40-2 5584.
After the trek from Fort Worth south to Cresson, the FWWR's Cresson Turn is seen pulling its train through the yard to get it through before splitting the train for it to fit in the yard