A scrap operation in Youngstown Ohio. It was a treat to see this SW7 still in operation working for Midwest Steel and Alloy. It was originally built for the IHB in 1950 making this loco 63 years o... (more)
Amtrak's Broadway rounds the curve at Horseshoe curve as it heads towards Altoona.
A BNSF oil train empty runs through the curve of the Mississippi Palisades,
Mystery engine is used in Soo Line Bensenville yard. This is an ex UP engine. Reporting marks for Precision National is PNCX but this one is labeled PNC.
An Alco RS3 with caboose switches the yard and through the back yards of the town while everyone still sleeps on a quite weekend morning. All that can be heard is the sound of an Alco.
A magnificent GP9 still survives.
Appalachian railfanning - the way it used to be.
A CN GP40-2L is used to switch the Fon Du Lac yard.
A trio of six axle power pull a train up Horseshoe Curve during the fall colors.
A pair of Conrail SD40-2 helpers shove hard to get the train over Horseshoe curve.
The 1218 comes to Chicago and heads to Fort Wayne, IN on a railfan excursion. Many railfans greet the engine as it comes through the NS yard in Chicago.
Two oil trains pass each other at Savanna. The east bound train had two CSX units on the front. BNSF SD70MAC 9969 brings up the rear.
A WC SD45 with train just rode out a thunder storm on its way south to Schiller Park.
An employee special rounds the curve at Watseka on its way to Dolton.
A four axle trio move a freight south through Missouri Pacific's Dolton yard.