A Nashville & Eastern ballast train rolls through Uncle Pete's Truckstop off I-40.
Posed in perfect light on home rails.
Upon entering Nebraska out of Iowa it's practically impossible to miss this Centennial and the massive UP Bigboy that sit high up on the bluff in Kenefick Park overlooking Interstate 80.
On what looks like a lovely day was actually a bitterly cold day at three degrees with a 30mph wind. So I bundled up and walked a few blocks from my parking spot to shoot this Iowa Interstate GP38... (more)
Just moments before the setting sun dropped behind the bluff, Amtrak rounds the first leg of a wye move to head back to town while a BNSF stack train and a UP manifest await more favorable signals... (more)
A CSL local sails past staged UP power waiting for the next empty coke train.
Built in November of 1962 as SAL 500, these 51 year old units look great. Paint job is two years old and still glows. Second unit blt April, 1962 as CB&Q 944.
Still Hauling 50 loads even at their ripe old age!!!
Amtrak's Capitol Limited (duh) waits for clearance through the derailment sight at Point of Rocks.
This unit works the ethanol plant in Curtis Bay. A second unit recently was shipped out.
CSX operates three of these units servicing the rotary dumpers at Curtis Bay on the east side of Baltimore. They are lettered fpr Chesapeake Bay Piers and CSX Transportation.
CSX operates three of these units servicing the rotary dumpers (visible behind the unit) at Curtis Bay on the east side of Baltimore. They are lettered for Chesapeake Bay Piers. Any info on these ... (more)