Several beat up flatcars and trailers are part of a hospital train of wrecked cars heading to CNW's Butler Yard in April of 1986.
1980s piggyback, in a different form. Rather than hauling a pair of highway trailers or containers, this 89' Trailer Train flatcar is being utilized to haul a fleet of brand new Chevrolet C70 tru... (more)
A Gunderson built bulkhead flat car sits on the West Point siding in the early morning hour looking like it's awaiting unloading of its heavy structural steel beams. ... (more)
3 Trailer Train flatcars bring an unusual load thru Duplainville, WI in March of 1987. The load is from Phoenix Steel and almost looks like the framework for some type of movable bridge.
TOFC? Tanker on flat car? GCTX 413115 rides a JTTX flatcar after a derailment in a photo taken in Caledonia, WI on the C&NW New Line in November of 1988.
It's easy to tell which wheel set is the newer one on this car. The previous set was tagged by a wayside defect detector for a hotbox and thus resulted in this car being set out at the West Point... (more)
These massive wind blade loads demonstrate their maneuverability atop drawbar connected 89’ flats as they head through the east leg of Pueblo Junction. Once this train is entirely on the BNSF mai... (more)
A small portion of the 240,000 ton annual output of steel pipe produced by the Berg Steel Pipe mill in Panama City rolls north on unit train K565. The pipe is longitudinal seam welded and has bee... (more)
After being introduced 6 years ago in 2008, one of the newest car designs for the growing double-stack sector is finally making its way into the intermodal pool; FreightCar Americ... (more)
To negotiate the numerous curves found on today’s rails, innovative holding mechanisms were created and attached to these 89 foot flatcars which allow the large blades to pivot their way around an... (more)
The always versatile 89’4” flatcar can carry pretty much anything with only a few slight modifications. Whether it’s a Boeing 737 fu... (more)
I’m sure the famous and historic Pueblo Union Depot has seen a lot of trains and interesting loads come past its windows sinc... (more)
While trucks may bring it, railroads usually haul it. And they can haul all sorts of things like a brand new Boeing 737 fuselage as seen here. Only requiring the use of two specialty flush deck ... (more)
A D5R transformer load rides on a four truck TTX flatcar on its way to be set off at Aldershot.
An interesting container load with some wheel sets ride on the second level of cans.