Last train on the TR line- Blue Ridge Southern W44 prepares to shove over South Grove Street in Hendersonville to couple to a string of brand new trash container flat cars that have been in storag... (more)
Returning after serving the Minorca mine with fresh bentonite loads, BNSF 2957 and crew bring 5 empties back with them shown crossing an impressive steel trestle along the former Missabe (now CN)... (more)
The daily BN-CP Transfer (Y-NTW150) heads under the West Hoffman signal bridge at Dayton's Bluff behind two GP38-2 rebuilds and an ILSX SW1500. They will hold in the automotive yard for some highe... (more)
Blue Ridge Southern T59 executes the runaround move at the pocket track at Jackson County Paper to shove GSMR 1009 westward one mile to its new home.
CSX A900, an extra of A700, heads north on the Cartersville Subdivision near Taylorsville, GA. Leading the 60 car train is EMD GP39-2 4304, originally built as Reading 3414 in December of 1974. Si... (more)
Blue Ridge Southern T59 does a local switch at Giles Chemical in Waynesville before proceeding west to Sylva to deliver Great Smoky Mountain Railroad's newest purchase.
Downtown Sylva rarely sees rail traffic these days. Blue Ridge Southern's westernmost regular customer is at MP 43, east of town, and Great Smoky Mtns RR operations are from Dillsboro west. That... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains GP38-3, disguised as a GP35, makes a striking blue appearance trailing behind BLU's much larger GP39-2s.
THE BEST FRIEND. This little guy is everything to me. He's one of the best railfanning buddies a guy can have. He's enjoying the sun while I shoot BLU with Great Smoky Mountains 1009, a new acquis... (more)
A Delaware & Hudson westbound, led by D&H GP39-2 7605 - N&W GP9 635 - N&W GP9 940 - RS11 5002, climbs Belden Hill at the Depot Hill Road crossing in Port Crane, NY. R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
A LIRC local job races south for its home in Jeffersonville.
The BNSF 817 local headed westbound out of town.
It is late in the afternoon as storm clouds move in and BNSF 2700 (GP39-2) leads the Buck Local with a load of wood to Lafayette, Colorado.