On the afternoon of June 16, 2017, a long train of military equipment from Fort Carson, near Colorado Springs, Colorado, heading to Yermo, California, is westbound on Union Pacific’s Moffat Tunnel... (more)
A heavy train of military equipment from Fort Carson, near Colorado Springs, Colorado, heading to Yermo, California, is westbound on Union Pacific’s Moffat Tunnel Subdivision on June 16, 2017. In ... (more)
Over 8,000 tones of worn Abrams tanks are seen being slugged upgrade into Woodford on a warm afternoon on Tehachapi. Making a somewhat rare appearance on a DODX train, two mid-train DPU's can be s... (more)
Tanks a lot! 6 axle flatcars are rare, even more so when there are tanks aboard. DODX 40284 is part of a westbound CNW freight as is rumbles thru Blairstown, IA in May of 1991.
Westbound on a BNSF freight in the Columbia River Gorge is a pair of Department of Defense flatcars loaded with six new Stryker armored combat vehicles on September 24, 2016. This overhead view is... (more)
A number of these army vehicles were on the head end of this BNSF (MRL) westbound exiting the tunnel at the summit of Bozeman Pass.
UFOs on the rail! Empty nuclear rod cars enter Enola yard off the Pittsburgh line
Now that's what I call a Tank Car
A cut of heavy-duty Department of Defense flatcars loaded with M1 Abrams tanks are on an eastbound Santa Fe (early BNSF) freight curving through Crozier Canyon near Valentine, Arizona, on the afte... (more)
As the B29 (H GALCWY) cleared, we were shocked to see this DODX caboose at the rear!
Anyone know what this is? Looks to be some kind of booster. This is car 12 on a 16 car manifest up the 3% track on Cajon, sure did catch my eye.
A surprise from the Department of Defense brings up the rear of this BNSF mixed freight as it enters the Northtown Yard.
Not one, but two cabooses on the rear of Norfolk Southern eastbound train 36Q on the Harrisburg mainline.
Reversing west past Viaduct Tower on No. 2 Track, we pass the DODX 902 caboose on the rear of a dimensional train carrying spent nuclear fuel rods.
Equipment of the 24th Inf. Div. loaded and headed for Camp Drum, NY for cold weather training. I was a guard on this train, it took a week to get to Camp Drum.