A late afternoon intermodal train heads east into the Winslow yard on the BNSF Seligman Sub.
While operating on Susquehanna Railway trackage, NS train 041 (NYSW train CLX) made a brief stop in Lanesboro, Pennsylvania, for a photo of Bennett Levin's handsome pair of Pennsylvania Railroad E... (more)
CN SD75I 5756 and C40-8 2030 lead a Tacoma, WA destined crude oil train towards a crew change at Kamloops, BC.
Crossing the Clark Fork River at Clark Fork, ID.
A pair of CSX SD40's was team up with another CSX unit to power this unit ethanol train out of Waterloo. The train now heads east towards Chicago where it will interchange to the CSX for points ea... (more)
Passing a harvested wheat field, BNSF’s Chewelah Turn nears Deer Park, Washington, on October 12, 2018, powered by an impressive A-B-B-B-B-A consist of GP60M No. 105, GP60B Nos. 331, 335, 344 and ... (more)
Back in 2000, the BNSF had their power spread all over the system. Interesting merger consists would appear many times. Here a BN and a Santa Fe unit are spliced in between 2 newer BNSF Dash 9's o... (more)
16T passes the classic CPL scene at Arcadia on Norfolk Southern's Shenandoah Valley line.
Fog is quickly lifting as an eastbound BNSF manifest freight speeds through Belknap, Montana, on the morning of October 14, 2018. Trailing the two road locomotives is Montana Rail Link No. 4319 he... (more)
CP ES44AC 8886 leads 170 carloads of potash onto the north track of CN's Yale Sub at Sumas Mountain.
Prince George-Vancouver train M355 heads onto the south track at Sumas Mountain.
After waiting for 22K to pass at Mohawk Yard, a short weekend 11R heads south over the Mpohawk River as it approaches Maxon Road for it's southbound run to Binghamton.
In the late golden hour, about 15 minutes before sunset, the last train of the day appears. The sunlight and dark stormy background speak for themselves here, along with the unreal red colored cli... (more)
A long manifest rounds the sweeping curves of N Guam NM in the late afternoon, with sleet and rain storms building up just beyond the cliffs in the distance.