The Great Northwest Railroad's Ayer Turn cruises west down the Snake River on a hot summer afternoon between Lewiston and Wawawai.
The 740 job heads back to Wenona Yard in Bay City, Michigan after completing their day's work in and around Bay City.
On a sunny, but very cold afternoon, the MRF heads south through Saginaw, MN.
After waiting for a northbound to clear, the MRF receives signal indication to head south with a nice lash-up of EMD products.
A zebra striped GP40-2LW leads the southbound MRF (Miscellaneous Road Freight) back to Proctor Yard. A second GP40-2LW and a pair of SD40u's follow.
On a night where it would be cold enough to snow, the Georgia Florida Railnet has the train ready to roll south to Perry, FL with one of the "Green Beast" leading an ex Guilford unit, no... (more)
Basking in the sun on an unusually warm February afternoon, two of the ex-CN switchers donning the new SunCoke paint scheme tie down in front of the water tower for a break, while ALCO S2 #511, al... (more)
The eastbound HCRY train makes it's way across the very green Ontario landscape east of Sault Ste Marine with a small steel train.
Typically hidden by coal hoppers from both CSX and Norfolk Southern, the plethora of colorful EMD switchers (and an Alco S2) at SunCoke Energy's Ceredo Docks sit idle waiting for their next assign... (more)
Northbound Grand Elk road freight to Kalamazoo departs Elkhart in the late afternoon passing under the NYC signal bridge on borrowed time.
The eastbound out of the SOO rolls through Garden River and over the "Indian Land" bridge.
The daily eastbound out of the SOO departs the yard and passes the old CP yard office with a pair of GP40-2LW's up front for power wit a small steel train.
Spring along the Snake River presents a few short weeks where the desert hillsides that are usually brown turn a vibrant green. On a mid-April evening, the 6-days-per-week Great Northwest Railroad... (more)