Joint Line Q trainSanta Fe’s “Q train” from Denver is southbound at Sedalia as it runs over Colorado’s Joint Line on July 5, 1987. The train originated at Big Lift, which is Santa Fe’s ... (more)
Santa Fe #3407, a remanufactured GP39-2 (the ex-3644) leads an eight unit consist Westbound at the East switch at Rowen.
The last SOO Candy Apple geep leads CP 2-286 south through Des Plaines.
SOO 4598, the final “candy apple” SOO locomotive left on the rails, leads CP 2-286 through Rondout.
CP 2-286 rolls south on the CP C&M Sub with the only "candy apple" painted GP38-2 remaining leading, as it passes under endangered searchlight signals at Rondout, IL.
A second section of train 286 heads east through Pleasant Prairie with the last Soo Line candy apple red Geep on the CP's roster leading a CP GP38-2 in the beaver scheme. The leader has certainly ... (more)
A former Reading GP39-2 has led CSX Q216 into Philadelphia's Eastside Yard. This unit should be no stranger to Philly, although on this day it arrived via the rails of the former B&O. CSXT 4317 ... (more)
Southbound American Turn trundles down Holly St in Junction City OR.
A pair of former D&H GP39-2s idles at Fort Edward Yard in minimally-patched Reading paint. 7412 was originally RDG 3412 and the patched "3" is quite visible here. The second unit, D&H 7409, had ... (more)
Southbound LIRC JXTR waits his turn to cross at Clagg as a loaded coal barge proceeds down stream on the Ohio.
When's the last time you saw two former Burlington Northern engines and one is pulling a BN caboose?
B&M 366 departs East Binghamton Yard for Scranton, PA with idler cars and UP 4012 4-8-8-4 on the final leg of the "Big Boy's" journey from Bellows Falls, VT to its new home at what will ... (more)
A trio of LIRC GP39-2s, lead a grain train across the Seymour Interlocking, in Seymour, Indiana.