RBMN 2004 is seen here at The new St.Nick breaker loading the QIT coal train destined for Canada. This breaker opened in 1963 and was served by the Reading Company and into Conrail. It closed in 2... (more)
The unmistakable profile of a former Elgin, Joliet & Eastern SD38 radiates in the early morning light in the Utah Railway yard at Martin, Utah.
These were the common head end power on trains those days. They could make aroar that belied their mere 2000 HP.
This was just a place we more or less stumbled onto, unfortunatley no one was around and nothing moving. Not really sure what purpose they served.
J-Ball! The newest addition to the Hartwell Railroads fleet teams up with two of the lines older units to form a true rainbow lashup.
DMIR 861 arrives at Trout Lake after making a Newberry turn on a bright February afternoon. DMIR units were common on WC paying back HP hours and also on winter time ore trains from Steelton to Es... (more)
A PC lettered SD-38 and a CR RSD-5 switch cars at Seneca Yard.
Southbound on siding approaching Packer St. in late evening.
An empty ore train holds the mainline while a loaded train takes the scale track at Highland north of Two Harbors.
CN switcher works local bakery
The Conrail paint on this NS SD38 still looks pretty good after all of these years.
With a colorful a consist, the 204,861,222 head into Keenan yard with limestone from Proctor.
Ex-Duluth Missabe & Iron Range SD38AC #205 is coupled to former Burlington Northern GP10 #1400 and Lake County Railroad GP9 #1761, which came from Western Rail (ex-San Joaquin Valley Railroad #101... (more)