Portland Terminal S-4 sits between assignments at South Rigby Yard.
More commonly seen as road power, ES40DC 5476 shoves back on a cut of box cars while switching Pascagoula Yard.
GTW 5833 idles in Amtrak's 14th Street Yard preparing to switch out coaches in Union Station.
Cleaning out a bit of carbon, this 1951 GP7, built as ATSF 2688, shoves back on a stretch of hoppers unloading limestone at Vulcan Materials in Gautier, MS on the CSX NO&M sub. A common but good r... (more)
MP15 1144 sits tied up in Sibert Yard. The switcher is on home rails, originally serving as L&N 5034, evident by the classic Leslie RS5T air horn.
Western Avenue Switch dropped of an F-40 at Union station and is headed back to yard.
Back when Amtrak handled mail in the Northeast Corridor and South Station was switched by CF7s that still wore Santa Fe yellow and blue, the evening switch job posed with a string of MHCs that wil... (more)
Marshalltown switcher takes two cars to spot inside warehouse on the east industrial track off the old M & St.L
Norfolk Southern arrives from their Ashland Ave yard to switch the ADM milling plant west of Racine Ave.
Former Panhandle Line to Union Station.
Olean based local OL-3 is switching the wax refinery in Farmers Valley
After years of operating in the solid blue of former owner Florida East Coast, GP9 651 finally has a completely new, owner-identifying paint scheme. The new owner of the facility, has given the o... (more)
Originally built as New Haven #654 this steel plant switcher has been left sitting here at this spot for eight years.
Ex-SP 4364 southbound on the Sweet Home Branch.