OT1 passes through Ray Jct and is about to enter Tunnel #2 on it's southbound trip to Hayden, AZ
OT1 crosses AZ Rt 177 as it leaves the mine at Ray, AZ with another load of ore for the Hayden smelter.
OT1 drags 50 cars of copper ore up a slight grade as it approaches the grade crossing in Kearny, AZ.
An ore train from the mine at Ray, AZ poses with the saguaro cactus in Kelvin as it delivers another load of copper ore for the smelter in Hayden, AZ.
Another load from the Ray mine heads towards the smelter in Hayden.
The Texas-Mexican Railway received seven Whitcomb
boxcabs in 1939. These early diesels had four powered
axles mounted on a rigid frame. Electric power was
supplied by Westinghouse.
St. Maries River Railroad SW1200 No. 502 has just finished switching the Potlatch lumber mill at St. Maries, Idaho on April 4, 2011. In a few moments the crew will put the switcher away in the sho... (more)
Surrounded: St. Maries River Railroad SW1200 No. 502 is literally surrounded by the life blood of its employer and owner. Logs and lumber have been the key to the roads existence since it started ... (more)
St. Maries River Railroad SW1200 No. 502 heads back towards the St. Maries yard after switching the Stimson Lumber Mill. The track the engine is on was once part of the Milwaukee Road Pacific Exte... (more)
Thirty years after the Milwaukee Road pulled up shop on "Lines West," trains still polish old MILW iron in St. Maries, Idaho. Seen here on March 31, 2010, SW1200 No. 502 shoves a cut of cars east ... (more)
C502-C501 with an Adelaide bound freight.
Passing a sign that states both it’s predecessor road and it’s livelihood, the morning switcher heads to the Stimpson Mill to pick up the morning loads.
IAIS 502 + 510 approach Iowa City with a Rock Island - Cedar Rapids turn
Operations are busy at Brussels Midi during the morning rush, with many crossover movements. The red signal holds in place a third train just behind the photographer.