Friday the 13th!!!!! This is what happens when you have 6 locomotives in notch 8 on the head end of a 12,000 ton train going up a 2% grade and the laws of physics catch up to you. This occured at ... (more)
Engineers view running E unit powered business train.
While stopped on the #1 Main waiting for Amtrak I stepped out out of the cab and snapped this shot. This is looking West towards Crockett. This is actually an SD70M. Thanks SPW
CTC board at Rondout interlocking tower outside of Chicago.
Control stand of my lead locomotive. Our train had 54 loads 25 mtys 7462 tons 4908 ft.
This is the control stand on my lead locomotive. Our train was comprised of 49 loads 90 mtys 8005 tons 8317 ft.
My (the engineers view) sitting behind another train on the continent's longest (4.5 mile) Huey P Long railroad bridge just a few days before Hurricane Katrina. The bridge opened in Dec 1935. The ... (more)
I was the engineer on this train westbound over the Altamont Pass in California. We've got a high green at the east end of Midway siding.
This ex Conrail GP40-2 has been involved in an accident. I hope nobody got hurt.
ATSF 999637 is 1 of only 3 cabooses in the CE-4 class. They we're modified to work at a copper mine in New Mexico.
Ferromex GP38-2 2044 at San Angelo,Tx diesel shop
This ex Tex-Mex GP-7 was at the Texas New Mexico Railroads diesel facility in Eunice,Nm