A eastbound CTA work train crosses a green Chicago River as it enters the Loop. Each St. Patrick's day, the river is dyed green.
A three week assignment at the RI Arsenal meant the godfather had some downtime to capture the flavor of Midwestern railroading surrounding the area. This was taken in the terminal trackage at the... (more)
Bracketed by two BNSF GEVOs, a work train heads west on Main 2 hauling old concrete ties from a work site further east.
NS SD60 6649, sits on the point of work train. During this time, NS was dropping ties along the line from Mexico, Missouri to Moberly, Missouri.
This diesel rail crane was part of a second work train assisting in the clean up of the grain train derailment at Cocolalla, ID that occurred about 6 AM May 1. Here at about 630 PM on May 2 this t... (more)
BNSF 2741 and mate handle a work train containing ballast cars and a tie car on main 1, offering support to the clean up effort of a grain train that derailed May 1 at about MP 17.5 on main 1 on B... (more)
A surprise CTA work train races south down the middle of the Dan Ryan expressway at 33rd St.
BRC MP15 151 leads a work train south past 63rd St on the Kenton Line.
A Union Pacific work train blasts through Lake Point headed for a derailment on the Lynndyl Subdivision on Oct. 17, 1999.
A NYC Transit work train shoves backwards towards Brighton Beach on the Manhattan-bound local track, passing two historic NYCTA trainsets that took part in the New York Transit Museum 40th Anniver... (more)
"NYCTA Work Train at Brighton Beach" Two MPI MP8AC-3 (R156) locomotives haul a small ballast train past Brighton Beach on their way back to Coney Island Yard from the work zone a... (more)
"NYCTA Work Train at Coney Island" Two MPI MP8AC-3 (R156) locomotives haul a small ballast train past Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue on their way back to Coney Island Yard from t... (more)
MRL 109 is in the siding at Superior, MT with a "Jimbo" work train, which appears to be picking up old ties. These trains are used for dropping new ties as well as retrieving old ones on... (more)
A work train heads west through North Salt Lake on its way to a derailment site about five miles west of Salt Lake City near the airport.
I still dont know how i heard this westbound work train coming given the "Roar" from very swollen normanskill creek passing under me but i still pulled it off.