CNW 8651, UP 9187, CNW 8727 head north with an empty coal train. Another CNW train heads south with a loaded train. The coal field a re a busy place. The CNW C44-9W's were bought with out air cond... (more)
BNSF 5816 East passes two other coal loads waiting for crews at the east end of Rozet Yard.
CNW 8677 and 8729 are sandwiching 8549 the Wyoming Centennial unit, a C40-8. A friendly engineer hangs out the cab, anxious to get his picture take. As his train hauls another load of coal out of ... (more)
Burlington Northern C30-7 5138 sports it's red number boards. I believe the red number boards designated this locomotive had slave or remote ability to control unmanned helpers. The forerunners to... (more)
A Burlington Northern coal train with SD40-2's and C30-7's rolls past a hillside of yellow flowers.
Rail fanning the Wyoming coal fields can be exhausting on along summer day. After going all day with the mass amount of trains to photography. We stayed unit sunset to capture this Silhouette shot... (more)
This train has quite the variety in the Wyoming coal fields. CNW 8596 C44-9W, CNW 5031 SD40-2, UP 6100 SD60M, and UP 9536 C41-9W.
New C&NW C40-8 8524 leads a loaded coal train out of the Powder River Basin on August 28, 1989.
Chicago & North Western #8541 in the Zito yellow scheme leads a pair of Union Pacific engines on a loaded coal train.
At sunset, three big ACs from three different railroads, but all now part of UP, pull coal empties up Logan Hill at a fast pace with a BNSF empty, visible in the distance, right on their heels.
5 Burlington Northern SD40-2's 7223, 7258, 7248, 7227, 8163, with a fuel tender, go about there daily business in the Wyoming coal fields.
New Chicago and North Western GE C44-9Ws are everywhere at Bill, Wyoming, in Powder River Basin on July 7, 1994. All five yard tracks each have one facing north, while two more go by with a loaded... (more)
Two Chicago and North Western C44-9Ws lead northbound coal trains at the Powder River Basin outpost of Bill, Wyoming, on July 7, 1994.
New Chicago and North Western GE C44-9Ws line up with coal trains bound for loading in Powder River Basin at Bill, Wyoming, on July 7, 1994.
A meet occurs between two Powder River Basin coal trains at Rozet.