NJT GP7 with Stone Train. The arrival of new F40s displaced the ex Jersey Central NJT GP7s to work train service. In this scene, a pair are spotting hoppers at the Green Brook NJ quarry f... (more)
E8s through the weeds In November of 1985, the "Farewell to the Jersey Central" fantrip covered ex Jersey Central track prior to it being abandoned. As can be seen by the weeds, ... (more)
An SP leader at Cienega Creek The highlight of a day at Cienega Creek was this westbound stack train with an SP leader. It's 2001 and the UP takeover is 3+ years old. There were still ple... (more)
A FILTHY SP unit ! A westbound stack train passes Joliet with a mixture of SP and CSX units. I would have been happy with any unit in the consist leading - with the exception of the one ac... (more)
Warbonnet FP45 at Abo Canyon. Warbonnet FP45 #90 leads an eastbound stack train through Abo Canyon in New Mexico
QNSL GE #403 is only a few months old. It's paired with an older SD40 and is completing the process of loading the ore train at the Labrador City mine.
The Last Run of GG1 #4935 #4935 was repainted to its original PRR paint scheme in 1977. However, it only lasted for 3 1/2 years before being retired due to mechanical issues. Here, we... (more)
Back in 1992, the SD40-2F was the preferred leader on the western part on the CP. Here, we see the 9010 departing Field westbound with a unit grain train.
The low winter sun has risen enough to illuminate the rails for the passage of westbound Rio Grande train #187. Tunnel Motor #5404 leads the 5 unit set.
With white flags flying, a clean NYSW SD45 F45 pair depart Little Ferry with a passenger train
Conrail train SEPY (Selkirk - Potomac Yard) is operating on CSX trackage as it crosses the massive bridge over the Susquehanna river
A blue U34CH. In 1993, SEPTA acquired a pair of ex Erie Lackawanna U34CH units from NJ Transit. They were used to provide extra service during a major rail construction project. One of t... (more)
Only lasted a year. NYSW ALCO #206 was rebuilt and placed into service in early 1985. Unfortunately, it only ran for about a year before suffering a major engine failure and being permane... (more)
Unusual power for a stack train !. A westbound stack train is still working hard on the climb out of Needles. The B23-7 - C30-7 combo is certainly not typical power for a stack train !
Tehachapi Loop. Santa Fe C30-7 #8092 is leading a southbound 961 train as it completes to loop at Tehachapi by crossing over itself