An early generation AC GEVO leads a long string of mixed freight past a pecan orchard located in a small South Georgia town. This "Sweeper" train originated in Waycross, Georgia and wil... (more)
The crew of NS 221 gets their train moving again after being stopped at Traber to let a batch of MoW equipment pass by. The reamains of the biggest of all of 2015's snows (as of right now) blanket... (more)
NS 221 dashes through the remaining snow and ice accumulation in Cornelia after the previous night's fairly significant storm. An odd pair of engines, two GE locomotives from CSX and BNSF, do the ... (more)
A newer GE leads stacks from NJ towards Jacksonville through the middle of Ashland, VA.
Late running Q300 heads east over the ex PRR / Conrail high line.
"Notch 5" This engine was not a lead engine nor was it running. Photo was staged and engine was shut down. Taken with permission.
A very short S317 (Extra Q317) arrives in Rowelesburg at the bottom of Cranberry Grade.
A pair of SD70MAC's lead a loaded coal train up the Cowen Sub in the remote hollows of West Virginia. This former B&O line is now operated by the A&O Railroad.
The S317 (Extra Q317) backs three cars off into the yard at Rowlesburg. The cars were for Allegheny Hardwoods on the M&K Branch near Kingwood. Today the M&K is all gone.
707 Climbs across the CSX Viaduct heading west out to Beal Street and toward the old B&O West End, with yet another string of empy hoppers to be filled with coal from the hills.
707 is on the assault as it is starting its ascent up the steep grade passing through the old yard at Elkhorn City which is about a half a mile from here.
A relatively clean GEVO leads a lengthy Q410 east on the Lehigh Line.
A pair of SD70MAC's lead an eastbound coal drag past the B&O's Summit of the Alleghanies. The train will soon be descending the legendary Seventeen Mile Grade.