Eastbound grain loads from Nebraska make their way eastbound over the former CNW mainline as a stunning sunset reflects off of a flooded corn field.
The Olympic Duo passes by the famous "Big Red Barn" located at MP 38 on the Geneva Subdivision.
MCHNP 04 passes under the coal tower at DeKalb with a new SD70AH on point as they meet train MCBPRX 04 with the UP 6657 leading.
Many railroads in Chicago slowed down due to the extreme cold the region has been experiencing over the passed few days. UP restricted trains to 40mph, except Z trains of course. Here, UP 4279 pie... (more)
"The New Queen of The Range" After the departure of DMIR 403 due to RCO, the "staple" of CN's Iron Range fleet became the Illinois Central veteran 6251. It still wears its whit... (more)
After just departing United Taconite in the frigid -15 degree weather, IC 6251 charges down the former DMIR trackage with ore loads destined for the docks of Duluth, MN. IC 6251 still wears its or... (more)
The last of its kind. UP 6706, former CNW 8804, brings train IPDG2 under the CNW coal tower located in Dekalb, IL. This engine has spent a majority of its lifetime under UP ownership, only being u... (more)
A little nostalgic to see these running around again... CP 288 rounds the curve at Norma on the Union Pacific with a duo of CP SD40-2's and a GP40-2 for power. A scene straight out of 2013.
CB&Q 9911, the last EMD E5 left in existence, powers away from the huge crowd of onlookers (not pictured) at IRM Diesel Days.
Union Pacific has had the Southern Pacific and Katy heritage units on IG2G2, the Global 2(Proviso) to Rochelle, IL turn. Here they pass the "Red Barn" which is a famous place to shoot trains on th... (more)
UP 844 flying south near Pierce, Colorado.
Ed Dickens prepares UP 844 for its departure out of Greeley, Colorado.
The Union Pacific Frontier Days train begins the journey towards Denver with "The Living Legend" UP 844 in charge.
Two Santa Fe engines take a manifest east through Colona
The Central Of Georgia heritage unit enters the siding at Burke.