With a three month old BNSF C4 leading the Salina to Denver manifest slowly rolls through downtown Hays.
Slowly rolling through a slow order in downtown Hays, NS 7606 and another NS unit are in charge of the twice weekly Salina to Denver manifest.
With the conductor standing by the derail, LLPX 2225 rolls off the south industrial track at Hays, Kansas.
Westbound coke passes through The Waterfront and Sandcastle Water Park. Looks like construction has started on the park's newest ride, "Dragon's Den". Wonder if anyone's ever photographed CSX fr... (more)
Viewed from high above the valley in Hays Woods, 9682 leads a short 23Z past WHEMCO.
And with the third train of the afternoon, I got the shot that I wanted. Many Pittsburgh area landmarks can be seen in this view - the old Homestead Works smokestacks, Sandcastle, the WHEMCO plan... (more)
Now in position on top of the hill, I begin to compose my shot for the next train. I hear one coming, but before it gets into view, a southbound comes by, blocking that shot which I had planned.
I was hiking up to a shot I'd been wanting to do when I heard this train coming on the Mon Line. I was hoping to be about 150' higher, but had to settle for this view as there wasn't enough time ... (more)
SL&RG #18 (ex LS&I #18) heads into a dusty sunrise just east of Alamosa on a Steam Loco Safari Tours charter freight.
Puffy white clouds loom high above a southbound NS stack train.
A steady rain is falling as the business train makes its way towards Glenwood Yard. How many years has it been since a passenger train last ran on the W&P?
Unusual power for a steel train, a pair of diminutive GP15s team up on the northbound WISO-1.
Clean and dirty EMDs team up to lead a stack train past the frame of an old PRR signal bridge.
After working at GalvTech and returning to Glenwood, AVR 3 gets on his way to Washington. At left is the rebuilt spur to GalvTech and at right an abandoned bridge, unused since the second main tr... (more)
8803 leads a northbound coal train at Hays, an interesting section of Pittsburgh where NS, CSX, and the AVR all operate.