A pair of FURX units work the south end of G4 switching cars into the ramp for unloading.
BNSF’s intermodal train from Denver to Tacoma, the Q-DENTAC, snakes through Wendover Canyon, Wyoming, after joining the Canyon Subdivision at Wendover on July 6, 2005.
Tony the Tagger An eye-catching form of urban artwork is displayed along the curved sides of a normally dull looking covered hopper from Trenton works as it departs the Tilford yard on a c... (more)
at the argentina dock sud port, the first and so far only EMD SD 40 -2 in this country ,currently it is modifying, apparently to lower the weight, and it can be used in this country ,also, the pur... (more)
A pair of leasers team up on a loaded coke train, headed west at Station Square.
All is well at the UP's Global 4 (Joliet Intermodal Terminal) diesel facility, on this cool evening.
CSX Q617 highballs south through Milstead behind three SD40-2 lease units. I always felt like you couldn't beat a green and silver FURX when it comes to lease jobs.
an FURX SD leads one of BNSF's Watson Shuttle jobs with a train of empty stack cars for the port