A rebuilt AC4400 leads grain loads around the sweeping curve west of Woodbine.
Westbound stacks snake their way through Logan.
The SP heritage unit leads the Houston to North Council Bluffs manifest up to the diamond at Oreapolis to wait for the passage of a BNSF hopper train.
Lathrop-bound stacks swing through the sweeping curve west of Woodbine on the former C&NW main line.
A former Santa Fe GP50(GP25) leads two SD70ACes off of the Council Bluffs Sub at Pacific Junction with the Bayard Local in tow.
A former Santa Fe GP50(GP25) leads two SD70ACes across the Platte River Bridge with the Bayard Local in tow.
Three GE's lead ethanol empties across the Platte River on a muggy summer evening.
A pair of SD70Ms lead an ES44AC on a Houston to Council Bluffs manifest just south of the Oreapolis Diamond.
An unlikely SD70M/GP60 combo leads MCBIT away from North Council Bluffs.
Still shining after a few round trips, two new ES44ACHs lead empty hoppers into Pacific Junction.
Factory fresh ET44ACH 3650 leads its first train toward the Powder River Basin.
Westbound stacks begin the descent toward Los Angeles at Summit.
A westbound intermodal train begins the descent toward Los Angeles at Summit.
A BNSF ethanol train descends Cajon Pass just up from Sullivan's Curve.
A southbound Union Pacific freight descends Cajon Pass at Canyon Siding.