CSX train X370 is seen rolling through a sweeping S-curve at BG109 in Ravenna, Ohio led by a very interesting pair of locomotives native to total opposite sides of North America. The lead unit, BC... (more)
BC Rail 4642 sitting on a rip track near the Bloomington Yard office.
Canadian National ethanol train U705 passes by a big old oak tree as they make their way into Waterloo with a eclectic lashup led by a C44-9WL still wearing BC Rail colors.
Signs of last night's ice storm are evident as M371 highballs south through Monee with a British Columbia Railway canadian cab in charge.
A CN empty ethanol train crosses over a small creek as it approaches Waterloo, Iowa with a rainbow lashup led by one of the few C44-9WL's remaining in BCOL paint. .Locomotives:BCOL 464... (more)
A CN empty ethanol train approaches Waterloo, Iowa with a rainbow lashup led by one of the few C44-9WL's remaining in BCOL paint. The conductor seemed to enjoy the attention as we gave chase to th... (more)
U705 heads west across a creek in Waterloo as it approaches the yard with a colorful lash-up.
U705 heads west through Waterloo with one of three BC Rail painted C44-9WL's in charge.
Two BC Rail units, a C44-9WL and a C40-8M, lead CN A497 south through Tuscola, Illinois. It's not often that you see two BCOL-painted units together, with there only being 26 units left in their i... (more)
Two BC Rail units, a C44-9WL and a C40-8M, lead CN A497 south through Tolono, Illinois. It's not often that you see two BCOL-painted units together, with there only being 26 units left in their ic... (more)
A southbound sand train rolls through downtown Plainfield with a BC Rail canadian cab Dash 9 pointing the way.
Headed east at Schoolhouse Road, BCOL 4642 leads M348 down the former EJ&E Eastern Subdivision.
M348 sports a BC Rail leader this morning as the crew is in the process of making a setout at Joliet Yard.
On 4th of July morning, CN M348 heads east up Joliet Hill with a British Columbia Railway C44-9WL leading the way.
BC Rail #4642 leads a train south through rural Arcola Illinois