A couple out-of-towners paid a visit to the BNSF's Denver engine facility. Shortly before this photo was taken the Canadian Pacific unit had two axles from both trucks slip off the rails after ru... (more)
Not long after passing the defect detector at mp 835.2, with no defects, Q684 rolls north rumbling through the grade crossing at Bud Cummings Rd on a unusually warm day in December.
A few miles into its run, Q15031 slams across the Toledo Branch Sub at Galatea en route to Detroit.
The Mason City, IA, to Marquette, IA, local freight train is setting out BRC traffic for the next 470 to pickup in the morning. Calmar is becoming a block pickup spot for 470 to keep the traffic o... (more)
Two pairs of red eyes stand guard at the east end of CSX's Cumberland Yard at Mexico. Behind it sit coal train U306, yard job Y196, and NS detour train Z450, a combined NS 20E and 20K.
Q416 is a seen from a different perspective rounding the curve on the Concrete Wall. For Mitch Goldman's ground level shot of this train see ID#Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)Locomotive: GE ES44DCLocation: Kessler, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: CSXT 5325Train ID: CSX Q416-09Photo Date: June 10, 2007
Q110 is about to pass under the Bear mountain bridge in Fort Montgomery NY.
At the time, CSXT 5325 was brand spankin' new, on it's first trip from Erie to the terminal of Russell.
"Eastbound Train," "Gaithersburg," what else do you need to know?
All and all it's just another freight on the wall. Wrong, do it again! If you don't shoot in blue skies, you can't have any contrast. How can you have any contrast if you don't shoot blue skies... (more)
Two dark future GEVOs lead this mixed freight south.
A small crowd gathers to watch the passing of Q117 with a Gevo in the lead at the North East Railroad Museum.
Eastbound CSX with new power.