M 399 passes by the connection to the Jackson and Lansing Rail Road. In the background is the GM Lansing, Grand River Assembly plant. The tracks that formerly served GM are now the interchange for... (more)
Deadhead status in the CN 2508. This day I had to Pilot the Flat Rock crew from west of Battle Creek as the previous train expired. After Battle Creek it was an Amtrack Ride to the "Level Peb... (more)
CN 5346 (SD40-2W) Leads a two unit freight train through Lansing Michigan in the first snowstorm of the season. Here they roll past the Amtrak station near Michigan State University. The trailing ... (more)
CN 8953 Leads a two unit freight train through Lansing Michigan in the first snowstorm of the season. Here they roll past the Amtrak station near Michigan State University
Not long after the EJE 666 got its Black and Red makeover to CN colors the 666 was re-numbered to EJE 676. So this was a short lived number on the Black and Red Paint. Having run the "Devil ... (more)
CN 3023 (EJE Heritage Unit) Leads a three unit train CN 394) Eastbound over the Red Cedar River - Lansing Michigan
Z646 with ADBF 822 leading in its brilliant new paint scheme, rounds a curve through a tunnel of yellow leaves on a perfect fall day in Lansing, MI. Both units are new power for the Jackson & Lan... (more)
The Jackson and Lansing Z 646 job pulls North hitting the CSX Ensel Yard after pulling traffic from CN and working ALRO steel and Padnos Scrap yard.
The 1751 hits the North End of Saginaw Yard as it heads for the CN interchange.
Saginaw Yard was opened in the Early 1900's as part of the Lansing Manufacturers Railroad.
The JAIL Job with the ADBF 1751 runs Power Light over I 496 on its way South to the CN interchange.
The JAIL Job with the ADBF 1751 rolls, Power Light, South from CSX's Ensel Yard headed to pick up CN traffic near CP CEADER on CN's Flint Sub.
The JAIL Job with the ADBF 1751 heads north for CSX Ensel Yard. They just pulled traffic from CN and worked ALRO Steel and PADNOS scrap yard.
Jackson and Lansing Job traverses the Grand River via a historic NYC Bridge. The ADBF 1751 is the last of the NYC throwback painted GP9's.
Now on the Stourbridge Line, where it looks more the part, this former BLE-painted-as-Erie item was languishing in transit for years.
It's a cold and rainy morning in Lansing, Michigan as the Jackson & Lansing Railroad rolls alongside Clare Street and heads towards the CN interchange with a train primarily made up of coal hopper... (more)