A colorful array of units sits in and around the Galesburg BNSF yard.
Norfolk Southern train 224, flies through the small Missouri town of Martinsburg, Missouri
Union Pacific 8052, sits on the fuel track in Green River, Wyoming.
Union Pacific 8061, waits only a few miles outside of Clinton, Iowa. Usually traffics sits at Route 84 for river traffic or for a just a quick crew change.
Union Pacific KLBG3 wraps around the outskirts of Green River, Wyoming, to stop for a crew change.
With sunset quickly closing in, we see Norfolk Southern train 112, led by NS ES44AC 8109
On a nice spring day we see Norfolk Southern train 239, rolling around the curve at Sturgeon, Missouri
BNSF 4059 brings its train (Q-SBDCHI 7-24) underneath one of last sets of Santa Fe style signal bridges in the nation. With cantilevers on the property (not constructed), the fate of these signals... (more)
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.
BNSF SD70ACe 8564, pulls a manifest up river.
Two of Union Pacific's finest, lead Norfolk Southern train 239 into Benton City, Missouri. The train would take the siding to run around train 285, with a SD80MAC leader.
Well then... Two CSX EMD's lead a eastbound hopper train.
BNSF ES44DC 7382, rolls uphill towards Marceline, Missouri.
One of Loram's finest, rolls through Galesburg, Illinois.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief gets rolling after a stop. Number 3 met its counter part train here at CP Bishop.