The southern most 200' of the Alaska Railroad is not in Alaska, but rather Washington State. On a nice summer evening in Seattle, the UP Barge job is unloading the barge that has the distinction... (more)
CSX manifest train heading south through Relay, MD
Passing by some beautiful scenery, a Norfolk Southern stack train rolls northbound on the Danville District on a pleasant spring afternoon.
The LORAM rail grinder works along Norfolk Southern's Whitethorne District making several passes along the mainline grinding the rails on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Grinding upgrade into the golden setting sun, the westbound 27V splits the signals at Schuleen and rolls on toward Bristol for a crew change.
A light mist is falling from the threatening skies as a set of helpers rumble over the Coopers viaduct. From here, they will continue east to Farm and will couple to the rear of a waiting train re... (more)
The day is coming to an end and the clouds are intensifying over the Christiansburg District as an unknown westbound grain train approaches the grade crossing at Vicker.
It's A Race!
On a dreary November afternoon, the NS 8078 emerges out of the Glen Alum tunnel leading a long string of coal hoppers and catching up to the rear of train 272 on the Pocahon... (more)
On a cloudy summer morning, a helper set is tied down for the rest of the day on the storage track after pushing a hill run up the P-D District. This line will be mothballed in the coming days.
Rapid City, Pierre, & Eastern heads west out of Rapid City.
On a cloudy late September evening, a standard cab Dash 9 leads a stack train over the Coopers Viaduct.
This GE 25T is taking the day off in Glade Spring Virginia.
RTA #517 and train in the Kenosha yard before its morning trip to Chicago. The 517 was built as the CNW 5024A in July 1951 and retired on October 1, 1986
On a beautiful afternoon, NS 2577 starts to lean around the bend leading train 15T westbound on the Pulaski District.