PRSX C30-7 #7067 heading the northbound train U55, crossing the switches of Km 76.
Intermodal C60 at Guaiana yard. The entire train in a single shot.
One of SQMs boxcabs hauls a load of nitrate down to Tocopilla, which you can see in the background. In about a kilometer, the train will arrive at the reverso switchback, where they need to run th... (more)
The locomotive now lettered as CPR 2024 was originally built for the US Army during World War II. After the war, it ended up in use in British Columbia, and then found its way to Heritage Park Hi... (more)
"Train of Araucanía", with the mountain steam locomotive No. 820 (built in 1940 by Baldwin Locomotive Works), on special tourist service, cross the bridge over the Calle-Calle river, bet... (more)
AC44i #635, assigned for helper service at Canguera.
This locomotive was modified to burn a mix of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and/or standard diesel fuel oil so as to perform better at high altitude in the absence of enough oxygen. The picture show... (more)
Trhee AC44is Rumo Logística in Canguera in the city of São Roque, state of São Paulo, Brazil, the 9813 was in the tail of one grain composition going towards to down the mountain to go to the port... (more)
Steam locomotive #604, operated by ABPF Campinas, switching at Jaguariúna.
The Santa Fe 205-7M with an empty coal train has almost reached its final destination, the Rio Fiorita loading facility.
SDL's and Malleco Viaduct: A duo of EMD SDL39 locomotives drag a long freight train, and cross the Malleco Viaduct (with its 102 meters high, 348 meters long and 122 years of life). SDL's l... (more)
The Mikado 153-1M is arriving at the Morro Grande station with an empty coal train. After a short stop, it will continue its way to Urussanga where the wagons will be loaded.
Obviously a Paducah graduate, Panama Canal Ry. Geep 1855 had its nose in the sunshine at the Colon Shops on the north or Atlantic end of the line.