Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series... After coming off the C&O mainline at Cabin Creek, a pair of GE ES44ACs have just finished running around the first cut of empties at Leewood Siding and w... (more)
Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series... Utilizing Leewood Siding for the runaround, CSX ES44AC No. 883 running back west in preparation for the shove east to Blackhawk's Tom's Fork loadout for ... (more)
Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series... Headed back to retrieve the first cut of empties, a pair of CSX ES44ACs are about to pass underneath the Tom's Fork loadout on CSX's Cabin Creek Subdivis... (more)
Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series... Practically at the end of the line of CSX's ex-Chesapeake & Ohio Cabin Creek Subdivision finds a pair of mainline ES44ACs making a few switch maneuvers i... (more)
Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series... A pair of CSX ES44ACs runaround a set of empties in preparation for loading at Blackhawk's Tom's Fork loadout in the background on a dreary March 21, 201... (more)
Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series... A dismal day consisting of rain and wet snow sets the mood as CSXT ES44AH No. 3147 leads a unit train of empty coal hoppers across the former C&O Cabin C... (more)
Rainy days on Cabin Creek Series...CSXT ES44AH No. 3147 leads a unit train of empty coal hoppers up the rural and seldom photographed C&O Cabin Creek Subdivision at Sharon. The rear end has... (more)
Coke empties head west on the Kashabowie sub to make a hard left turn at Duluth Jct to head back south to the states for reloading. The post WWII intermediate block signal along with the codeline ... (more)
A trio of UP's lead CN coke empties westbound out of Thunder Bay currently in the small portion of the primarily nocturnal Kashabowie Sub that is governed by OCS.
CSXT 1776 specialty locomotive honoring those who serve leads this rock train.
A westbound Q train rounds the bend in Santa Ana Canyon as they near their final destination of Hobart.
Led by lone Union Pacific GE ES44AC No. 8172, a westbound vehicle train climbs Peru Hill on the railroad’s Evanston Subdivision west of Green River, Wyoming, on the afternoon of October 9, 2015.
NS 4089 (rebuilt from C40-9 NS 8812) is leading CN 527 as it prepares to back up and lift cars from Pointe St-Charles Yard. Trailing are CN 2886, CN 4760 & CN 2687.
After CN 875 was parked at Dorval for over half a day, a new crew is unlocking the nose door on the leader as they prepare to take the train westwards.
Winter reflection Mountains lining the Clark Fork Valley cast a reflection in the confluence of Trout Creek as an eastbound BNSF grain train crosses over Bridge 55 at Trout Creek, Monta... (more)