BN 7111 leads a quartet of BN power on a manifest freight westbound at Dryden, WA. Spring run off is still in full force on the Wenatchee River, and in four months BN will be BNSF. the train is en... (more)
Five SD40-2's and a fuel tender work a coal load thru the Power River Basin.
A recently acquired ex-CSX SD40-2 and an ex-DMIR SD-M sit at the Vermillion Valley RR complex in Olin, IN. Photo taken on private property with permission and supervision.
Southbound PTC Test train on the Davenport Subdivision.
Santa Fe EMD SD40-2 No. 5056 leads a westbound Burlington Northern grain train over the curved Skyline Trestle (a.k.a. Austin Creek Trestle) west of Skyline, Montana, on September 11, 1995. BN pow... (more)
Three days after Christmas, the new Burlington Northern Santa Fe looks like the good old BN as a Q train led by two BN SD40-2s rides the table top landscape above clods of tilled soil and corn hus... (more)
CSX W999-05 passing some old silos as they approach the town of Chapin, SC.
Union Pacific SD40-2 No. 3320 is going through the process of being rebuilt into a SD40N at UP’s Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 18, 2015. No. 3320’s hood waits outside the shop,... (more)
NS P86 sits parked in the siding at Whitestone awaiting a crew.
CP is running a PTC Test train on the davenport sub using CP 6222 and CP 6073, seen here rounding the bend northbound at LeClaire.
Having dropped off their cars for the Mississippi Export Railroad, M722 picks up a cut of empty sulfur tankers out of the interchange track in Pascagoula.
The Sealy 191 local power always seems to have something of interest, this was no different on this day with BNSFs pre merger heritage shown in one pair.
Climbing westbound toward Canton Yard with a solid loaded chip train, T31 crosses the 100 year old East Canton Trestle in beautiful storm light this afternoon.
The daily Oak Island to Sayreville transfer OI-16 is seen here passing Parlin NJ closing in on Browns yard with CSX 8881 (ex PRR) leading NS 1700
The Ohio Central's (G&W) Burr Oak Turn begins its descent out of Buckingham Coal Co. and towards the KNWA (NS-W. Va. Secondary) mainline south of Corning this afternoon.