The 8822 gleems in the evening sun as she roars by the siding at C.P. MAX in Climax, Michigan.
Gleeming in the evening sun, 149 streches across the wind swept fields on it way toward Chiacgo.
What more could a kid ask for? A little red wagon and a train!
397 roars through the village of Climax as it approaches the crossovers at CN MAX.
Moiving out at track speed, 396 roars through Climax at MN Ave.
Empy coal train 711 rolls west through the small town of Climax Michigan.
Evening sun hits the 251 as she roars past some track equipment on an MOW siding. Just 100 yards ahead 251 will knock down the clear indication at MAX.
UP 4037 is having radio problems as it roars through CN MAX. The 454 axle count at Mile Post 166.6 is not heard by the conductor who is asking for a screen display of the detector readout.
Waiting on greens as the sun starts to burn off the morning fog on the South Bend Sub.
Fog and frost are heavy this morning as 396 waits at MN Ave for 395 to clear Battle Creek.
Waiting on signals East bound 396 Meets West bound 395 at MN Ave just outside of Climax Michigan. Crew from 396 is asked to do a roll by inspection as 395 passes.
149 hits the detector at MP 166.6. No defects, but the train is smelling like burning break shoes as it climbs the grade to CN MAX.
Train 149 rolls West into the setting sun with 3 Bad Orderd units. CN 2670 & IC 1024 provide the power on this warm December evening.
CN 8011 and Santa Fe (BNSF) 8712 lead a train of mixed freight across rural southern Michigan.