An empty rail train is on its way to Pueblo, CO for another load of continuous welded rail.
A Coffeyville, KS to North Platte manifest slowly rolls into Garnett after stopping just west of town to check a hot wheel 44 cars from the head end. A handbrake was found applied to the car in qu... (more)
A grungy looking GE leads a North Little Rock to North Platte priority manifest through the small village of Westphalia with 12,976 tons pulling on the drawbars.
Four locomotives pull a 2,880 foot long, 2,238 ton Laredo to Kansas City manifest freight out of the small Buffalo Creek valley.
With the engineer freely using the horn, this 125 car manifest freight passes through the east end of Birch siding a little over halfway on the crews journey from Coffeyville, KS to UPs Neff Yard ... (more)
This short and light Laredo to Kansas City manifest freight has plenty of power on the head end as it slowly inches its way closer to the trains' final destination of Neff Yard. Of course, with mo... (more)
It is a hot and humid summer day in eastern Kansas as a 158 car, 9,778 foot long Houston to North Platte manifest rolls through the small, quiet town of Leroy.
One of Alaska Railroads 12 HEP equipped SD70MACs leans into a sharp curve just south of Girdwood with a cruise train for Whittier in tow.
The northbound Anchorage to Fairbanks freight eases across the Matanuska River just a little under an hour into the 350 mile long trip into the interior of Alaska.
A southbound cruise train rolls along Turnagain Arm on its way to an awaiting cruise ship at the port of Seward.
The eastbound Southwest Chief races along nearly six hours late due to a late departure out of Los Angeles two evenings prior. Train #4 has also routinely been running late for the past few weeks ... (more)
The rear of a Princess Lines cruise train passes over 20 Mile River just north of the junction at Portage.
A southbound Princess Lines cruise train flies by the 2,511 foot long siding at Brookman.
A southbound cruise train passes the popular tourist lookout point known as Beluga Point on its journey to the Port of Whittier.
An eastbound empty grain train passes over Diamond Creek, just west of the former junction at Neva.