HBRY SD50 5009 leads a IR sand train east through Montgomery.
It's sort of a gloomy day on the mountain but the trains keep coming. Oak Island-Conway manifest OIPI is slugging it out on the grade as it passes lonely MG Block Station, deep in the woods. Ektac... (more)
A former Conrail SD50 now demoted to the low rank of ballast train service leads a SD40-2 on W067 as it drifts down the main in Palmetto, Georgia along the A&WP/WofA Subdivision.
Back in July of 2012, a set of light power moves through Berea Ohio. Back in 2012 when this was taken, classic locomotives such as these SD50s and Dash 8s were a common sight; now they are only a ... (more)
This is the anniversary of the big snowstorm that hit the Northeast. I had gotten a heads up from friend Joe Jack that ENEL, with the 6726 leading, was leaving Conway, so I went out and got it in ... (more)
CSX SD50-2's #8592 & #8547 bring an empty grain train across the causeway at Lake Nickajack.
This local freight serves a small lumber plant every morning with supplies from nearby manufacturers. I heard the train coming from about a mile away, and I was on the wrong hill. I scrambled acro... (more)
Conrail was the second-largest purchaser of the SD50, rostering 135 of the big EMD’s. Here one of them leads an eastbound coal train through Bridgeport, Pennsylvania on the former Reading main lin... (more)
Led by CR SD50 6757 plus three additional (including CR C32-8 6618), Conrail’s PYSE (Potomac Yard to Selkirk), operating on CSX rails between Anacostia and Park Jct., has just entered the single m... (more)
Eastbound CNW coal train using UP S Morrill Sub was approaching Northport. Since this photo the line has had another track added.
An eastbound freight rolls into Green River behind two CNW EMD units and a Union Pacific GE.
On a dry February 24, 1986, a southbound Denver and Rio Grande Western coal train crests the grade at Palmer Lake, Colorado powered by a trio of EMD SD50s led by No. 5501, and soon, the train will... (more)
B&Ps newest acquisitions, 3 LTEX SD50s all former KCS are now being leased by the B&P. One is seen here leading the Salamanca to Riker train south out of Salamanca.
During a November snowstorm, the North Reading Fast Freight rolls by Greenwood Lake with wine cars bound for a distributor in Scranton.