As the engineer has his grip on the throttle, Fireman J.W. Magee checks his fire prior to attacking the 1.0% grade with a 12 car train as his student keeps an eye ahead, assisting the engineer wit... (more)
Taken on railroad property by a railroad employee. A former VIA rail workhorse strolls at a slow leisurely pace off the Bass Point Creek High Bridge on a beautiful October afternoon. This bridge i... (more)
Only one of few B&LE locomotives remaining in the B&LE orange paint leads a southbound Taconite train with fresh steaming pellets, bound for the docks at Two Harbors.
On it's final run of the 2015 Cheyenne Frontier days, the A-B-A set plus the big DD40AX glide north out of Fort Lupton on a cloudy afternoon.
Two General Electric locomotives hold their train back as it goes down the 2.5% grade and through Tunnel #1.
Amtrak #5, running roughly 2 hours behind the advertised scheduled, emerges out of Tunnel #1 and will meet an eastbound load at Plain.
Taken by a UP employee, wearing proper PPE.
A southbound "Bomb" train passes under the abandoned (Now a bike trail) right of way of the Milwaukee Road while preparing to hold the siding for the northbound Iowa Falls job.
The eastbound Z-train passes a Lincoln Highway monument along with a set of wheels from the recent (May, 2013) 30-car coal train derailment here that closed down a track on the mainline, and close... (more)
A four pack of Armor Yellow locomotives lead an eastbound Ethanol train on the double that originated in Dana, IA.
A 2x1x0 consist on the North Platte, NE to Elkhart, IN (NS) bound manifest start to lug the massive train in the sag between College Farm Hill and West Ames.
A Palos, AL bound load eases down through Tolland while meeting an empty heading back to the mines.
Three units lead the Portland to North Platte manifest out of Cheyenne heading up Archer Hill towards Archer, WY.
A Fremont, NE bound grain shuttle battles the grade east of Cheyenne at the famous "Archer Hill" between Cheyenne and Archer.
Two units lead the Denver to Great Falls manifest across the Union Pacific East-West mainline.
Three EMD's lug the Los Angeles to Denver Z-train up the grade at Hermosa. The lead locomotive had a plethora of issues between Green River and Cheyenne, the length of this crew's run.