Zipping down the transcon about to pass under an old Santa Fe signal bridge while a M-train approaches from the east.
Waiting on a couple of stack trains to clear the drawbridge so we can head to Pier 400.
Headed through the Alameda Corridor destined for Pier 400.
Rolling by a 70 mph stack train on my last day of my management trainee transcon trip.
MPEX SD50M-3 #5000, the only locomotive like this in existence, is the second unit trailing a battered B36-7 and leading a rent-a-wreck SD40-2.
A clean AC44 leads SD80MAC 808 and a rather short coal train over the Little Tennessee River.
We're aboard the 9440 westbound passing an eastbound with an unusual lashup for Powder River coal trains, three SD75Ms.
A MRL SD45 still sports its heritage Seaboard System paint as it waits to be tranferred out of town.
5138 leads a set of clean empty hoppers towards an approach-medium signal at sunset.
4741 leads Q141 at restricted speed through the siding at Singleton around a stalled N280.
A brand new BNSF AC44 leads 78T through Russelville, eventually bound for the Kingston Steam Plant.
78T rolls into downtown Morristown, preparing to set off the NS C39-8 he picked up at Bulls Gap.
An increasingly rare NS SD50 accelerates its rather short 223 out of Dayton.