BCOL 4625 waits on the Wye for NECR 500 to pass while the rain pours. A group of us were out for this one. These cowls are getting more and more rare so every catch is special.
BCOL 4625 still wearing the Red, White and Blue sits at Harvy, Illinois, Just outside of Markham yard, waiting for the next crew.
With a gaggle of power up front, and the best one of the bunch leading, G834's train heads into Jasper to make a setout.
BCOL 4625 (CN 4625) leads a colorful consist south on a sand train that originated in Poskin, WI near Barron. The fourth unit is an SW1500 owned by the sand plant, likely headed to Stevens Point f... (more)
A filthy BC Rail cowl along with three geeps (BCOL 4625, CN 9547, CN 4139 & CN 9677) is the power on CN 527 as it crosses the Lachine Canal. Soon it will back up with the 15 cars it has, as it doe... (more)
BCOL 4625 leads an WB stack train as it works CN Battle Creek Yard shortly before sunset.
BCOL C40-8M 4625 heads down the main at Entrance with Edmonton-Coquitlam grain train G845.
BC Rail Cowl & a GP9. CN 527 has BCOL 4625 & CN 7083 for power as it approaches Taschereau Yard.
Summer colors have sprung up in Wisconsin as an all-BCOL cowl unit lashup leads this loaded sand train south through Duplainville.
The daily Kirk Yard, IN, to Waterloo, IA, manifest train is westbound as it passes thru Beth Siding with a small 4600 foot of train. The train is 34 miles from the destination of Waterloo Yard. Be... (more)
The daily Kirk Yard, IN, to Waterloo, IA, manifest train rolls west out of Independence with a small 4600 feet train. The train is 22 miles from the destination of Waterloo Yard.
A pair of well-worn BC Rail cowl's lead M335 across the city, ducking under 18th St. in the city's south loop area.
CSX Q62020 heads south with a BC Rail leader crossing the frozen Oswegatchie River.