On May 14, Lake State Railway and officials from various state agencies, along with Michigan's senators, assembled in Saginaw, Michigan, for the awarding of the Short Line of the Year by Railway A... (more)
LSRC SGFL-13 has an astonishing consist of essentially two trains worth of cars, the bottom 90 all destined to CSXT's Bone Valley in Ridgewood & New Wales, FL. The lease of this line from CSXT war... (more)
Lake State Railway train SGFL-13 (Saginaw to Flint, MI) is arriving at the Flint CSXT yard, using foreign symbol Z127-13, with Lake State Railway SD40-2 6301 leading leased SD70M-2 CITX 140. The ... (more)
LSRC SGFL-13 has an astonishing consist of essentially two trains worth of cars, the bottom 90 all destined to CSXT's Bone Valley in Ridgewood & New Wales, FL. The lease of this line from CSXT wa... (more)
Sitting in the Birch Run pass, LSRC 6301, 6302, 303, 4303 sit with 63 manifest from Flint. This is a rare view of sorts, seeing how trains aren't normally detoured to the pass.
Lake State train Z127 is busy in Saginaw yard. After doubling the first 3 tracks of their train, they shove over to 47 track to grab 10 cars from HESR. SD40-2s #6301 and 6302 sandwich SD40 #5921.
LSRC train Z127 is southbound at Knott Rd. This is one of 2 Defect Detectors along this line. The detector is behind me.
LSRC Z126 is proceeding through the south end of Bay City as they pass alongside 24th Street - The grain hoppers on the head end of the train are going to Peavey elevator, which is a few city stre... (more)
LSRC Z120 is tied down in Saginaw Yard before departing for Flint with a grain train.
LSRC Z120 is heading south from Saginaw Yard with a grain train for the CSX in Flint.
Close clearance between trains and various track side objects in Essexville, including houses. I wouldn't mind living in this house myself.
The Z126 job winds through Essexville with the 6301 on the point.
While following the tracks in Essexville, I came across this Grand Torino painted like the one used by Starsky and Hutch parked in a backyard. Of course I had to work it into a shot!