Sante Fe tower sits proudly in the night as a Union Pacific coal train glides overhead through Kansas City.
Hoppers get loaded on a side track in CSX's yard just outside of Prince, West Virginia.
BNSF 9698 wearing the Burlington Northern Heritage paint scheme powers west near Manhatten, Montana.
Iowa, Chicago, & Eastern SD40-2 6416 powers up the Canadian Pacific's River Sub along the Mississippi River.
BNSF coal hoppers slowly roll past an abandoned house as they are loaded at the Black Thunder West load out near Reno Junction.
You can't railfan the Powder River Basin, in the northeast part of Wyoming, without getting the trademark red mud that is seen covering my truck on your vehicle. The red mud is from the red dirt r... (more)
The Kyle Railroad conductor applies the hand brake to some grain hoppers in Arriba, Colorado.
A grain hopper sits on cement supports and is now being used for storage east of Helena, Montana.
The bearing cap reads its manufacturer's name, Brenco, which helps support this tank car when finished being loaded with asphalt in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
A traveling Union Pacific track gang spent a couple of months in Western Wisconsin installing new welded rail on the Altoona Subdivision and Wyeville Subdivision. Photo taken in Altoona, WI.
BNSF 4156 rolls east towards Plains, Montana through the beautiful mountainous landscape.
Two units dressed in Burlington Northern's Executive paint scheme head into the Powder River Basin from Fisher, Wyoming.
Brand new train steel wheel sets sitting at Greenbrier Rail Services Wheel Division in Kansas City.
Montana Rail Link 346 flies out of a small snow squall heading east towards Dixon, Montana.
Coal hoppers fly through the snow across the Powder River Basin near Wright, Wyoming.