Flooding along the Mississippi River is evident as DME 271 passes through the Reno Bottoms.
Flooding along the Mississippi River is evident as DME 271 passes over a slough south of New Albin, IA.
On a cooler day, FEC 202 with a colorful lashup lead by leaser #140 makes a stop at New Smyrna Beach to set up some gons loaded with rock. These loads will likely be delivered to local industries ... (more)
Dual CITX leased motors lead 101 for the first time at Saybrook on a warm tropical day. Got real lucky with the sun on this one, the sun came out...just.....in.....time...for this shot. This is th... (more)
NS MOW train 938 rolls through Rockmart with a nice SD45 carbody on the point. The combination of the flares and the red nose stripes make for one of the nicer looking leasers out there.
Second MOW train with lease power of the day, and another rare one at that! After waiting for a logjam of traffic to clear, the train eases across the old concrete arch up to signals where it will... (more)
Train 276 with the CITX 3059, DME 6074 and CITX 3061 head south towards LaCrescent Yard where they will swap power with CP 637.
Train 637 heads north along the Mississippi River just south of Winona, MN. This train swapped power with CP 276 in LaCrescent, MN.
FEC 101 lead by CITX leader on a warm day in south Bunnell. With the ATC now installed on the leased motors they occasionally get to lead.
FEC 101 one heads south on a very warm (finally) day in February lead by another leased SD70M-2. The CITX units now have ATC in the cabs allowing them to lead. It was heard that a supervisor said ... (more)
FEC 101 is lead for the first time by a CITX leased motor. Now CITX leased engines are getting ATC so they are able to lead. Almost looks like Montana Rail Link.
Again?! Another nicely matched pair of SD45 bodied leasers, escort train #170 down the River Sub on a chilly (-11 degrees) February morning.
CSX loaded ethanol train with CITX and ICE power past Brunswick enroute to the Old Main Line. The pair for foreign visitor SD40-2s would wait quite a while at Doub for a helper to push them east.