Head-end power takes one load to a customer on the ex-Missouri Pacific. After the delivery, they will return to their train they left sitting outside of town and take it to the yard to interchange... (more)
Three GP39-2's cross a small trestle with a load of lumber for a customer and close to 80 loads of natural gas products to be interchanged with the BNSF in Newton.
A couple of wild horses gallop through the Kansas countryside as they lead the daily Roadrailer train east to Kansas City and back to home rails.
Stacks go through the crossovers at Ellinor. This is where the La Junta Sub meets up with the Emporia Sub and can become quite a bottleneck on the busy Transcon.
A local provides a break from all the orange engines on the endless parade of intermodals on the Transcon.
A colorful stack train speeds past rows of soybeans on its way east on the Transcon.
This engine isn't going back to Northtown anytime soon...
With the BN logo painted over, but the white face a dead giveaway of the previous owner, this engine has found another new owner. This train full of new ties rests after another day's work of drop... (more)
Once fierce competitors, these old warriors sit and stare at each other waiting to be called back for service.
Another coal train headed for eastern Virginia winds through the curves at Moss Run. To bad the leader wasn't still in Conrail paint.
Westbound stacks dodge the shadows of late afternoon sun on the east slopes of the Alleghany mountains.
A beautiful spring afternoon in the Alleghany Mountains for watching monster coal trains tackle the grade.
Another coal train headed for eastern Virginia winds through the curves at Moss Run. Too bad the leader wasn't still in Conrail paint.
A Cabin stands valiantly in the early morning sun as the fog begins to lift at Alleghany.
The westbound Cardinal winds its way through the mountains as the shadows start to creep over the tracks. As a result, this was the last train of the day for me.