NS's daily Saratoga, NY - Harrisburg, PA manifest, running on CP/D&H as 930, passes through the fall colors at CP 590. NS's geometry train is tucked in behind the six axle power.
Norfolk Southern's executive train, running as 956 (OCS) on CP departs Binghamton and heads south through Pennsylvania towards Harrisburg.
MRL's 5 unit set of SD45's has cutoff from H-KCKPAS and is starting to roll downhill towards Livingston for the next shove over Bozeman Pass.
A loaded UP coal train passes East Coal Creek, part of the Coal Creek Junction interlocking. Aside from crossovers, the junction is where the lead to Arch's Coal Creek Mine branches off to the rig... (more)
A loaded coal train is just about done with its climb up Logan Hill as it traverses Track 4 of the 4 track mainline of the BNSF/UP Joint Line in the PRB.
MRL 355 brings up the rear as Helper 2 descends Bozeman Pass on its way back to Livingston to await the next push over the mountain.
H-KCKPAS is about halfway up Bozeman Pass as it continues through deep cuts made by the Northern Pacific. The train will stop at the summit to cut off its MRL helper set.
H-KCKPAS is grinding uphill towards the top of Bozeman Pass. Mountains that are part of the Gallatin National Forest speak to the local topography in the area.
BNSF's Kansas City-Pasco manifest works along the Yellowstone River between Laurel and Livingston.
An MRL Billings switch job backs into a scrap industry caboose first. The train will swap its gondola for several others ready to depart.
Power for the CBBI couples onto two IAIS business cars to take them east to Rock Island. The University of Iowa is in the background.
IAIS's BICB rolls out of Chicagoland after the Metra rush, passing Metra's New Lenox depot.
CBBI powers past the Wilton depot and trainorder stand.
Eastbound CBBI rolls past the former Rock Island depot in West Liberty with two IAIS business cars bound for Rock Island.
PT-98 throttles up and leaves Scranton behind. Lots of the old DL&W can still be seen including the imposing former headquarters/station, and if you look closely, the former Mattes Street Tower.