Small and mighty is a good way to describe this 1960's era switcher that is moving cars around for the Savannah Port Terminal Railroad. Though it is dwarfed by the large containers it is haulin... (more)
Boonton Local Freight
NS-H02 heading west through Boonton NJ station stop about 10 minutes behind NJT YD41 on the Montclair-Boonton line. The NS-H02 final stop will be Dover... (more)
Westbound on the Overland Route. There are two more DP units cut in about halfway thru this very long train.
The CNJ/Reading duo on point for the 746 clearing the Martinsville CP.
590 approaches O'Donnell St on the President St Branch, with export coal in tow for the CONSOL Marine Terminal.
Green Mountain Railroad train #263 had a good workout following 12-18 inches of new snowfall on the Bellows Falls Subdivision. VTR SD70M-2 431, GMTX GP38-2 2684 and GMTX SD60 9000 are pushing the... (more)
“Workin’ Cats” B&O’s Curtis Bay 97 (Baltimore/Curtis Bay to Cumberland), powered by Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4438, CS/B&O GP30 6924, CS/B&O GP40-2 4430, and CS/C&O GP30 3028, is... (more)
Southbound. KCS603 was originally built as C&NW 881 in 1966, w/o dynamic brakes.
The drawbridge at Pascagoula is a wonderful place to catch X802 as it heads over the namesake Pascagoula River with 115 cars and multiple foreign units up front. At 7100 feet in length, this north... (more)
Norfolk Southern Train 298 heads East through Anniston, AL. With NS SD90MAC #7331 in Blue CIT Paint on the point
Two Chicago & North Western GE C40-8s power a westbound train of empty coal gons (with two tank cars up front) through Maxwell, Nebraska, on the way to North Platte on May 10, 1995.
ATN local GY2 rolls down the middle of Locust St. in downtown Gadsden, AL and is headed toward the ATN Gadsden yard. The train is powered by EMD GP40-2LWs 9401 and 9651. The 9401 is the railway'... (more)
Atlanta,GA bound manifest Q539 works up Crooked Hill at the Hazle Patch intermediates with an ex Seaboard SD50 leading in familiar territory
The typical pair of KCS SD70ACes' rest at the east end of High Oak Yard.
An eastbound Susquehanna freight crosses the Ramapo River at Oakland, N.J.