Late returing Brookyn Hauler screams up the hill in Lake Oswego
Empty BNSF military train running on P&W
A rare GP39 (one of 20 for the C&O) and an ex-Chessie GP9 slug serve as yard pullers at Willard.
Symbol OT-1, with 6,000 tons of copper ore bound for the smelter, rolls through several cuts and prepares to enter tunnel 3 on this former SP branch.
Copper Basin Railway train OT-1 departs Ray Junction and tunnel 2 on its way to ASARCO's smelter at Hayden.
Copper Basin Railway GP39 401 leads a string of empty ore hoppers back to ASARCO's Ray Mine for reloading.
Copper Basin Railway's OT1, fresh from ASARCO's Ray mine with 60 loads of ore, approaches the railroad's headquarters at Hayden.
CBR 402 is heading from Ray Mine back to the SARCo Smelter
CBR 401 unloads the 60 car train. The load is sent up to the SARCO Smelter. This process takes about 30mins or so.
With a Yellow Bonnet on point the Cadiz local negotiates a set of S turns out side of Ludlow California
The Cadiz local approaches West Siberia on the BNSF transcon
Copper Basin Railway's GP39 #403 at ore dumping facility, Hayden, AZ
Jake Jacobson, President of the Copper Basin Railway and one of the best-known railroaders in North America, poses on one of his railroad's GP39s at Hayden.
CBR 504 heads into the Ray Mine to load up its 60 cars