UP's freshly restored Big Boy No. 4014 doing exactly what it was designed to do on its home rails. The Great Race from Ogden climbs a short grade before beginning its descent into Green River, WY.
4373 & 4310 "Blowing out the Stacks" with the Hammer down, dragging a small cut of loaded hoppers Northbound to break-in the 'Reborn Blue' engines.
Norfolk Southern is in the process of receiving their second shipment of GE's newest ET44AC's. 7 out of 34 total locomotives were carried along by NS 362 one Sunday afternoon.
NS 8114 & 1069 in charge of NS 329-11, crossing the Locust Fork River as they trudge up the NA West End District to Sheffield, AL.
Railfans and curious bystanders from all around flocked to the HMCR terminal one Sunday afternoon for an open house.
A Big Boy running in the 21st Century. UP 4014 leads the P-ENRS1-13 as they depart Evanston Yard, bound for Rock Spring, WY, during the Great Race from Ogden.
NS 56E, Southbound grain to Albany, GA
Running on a clear signal, 56E crosses Tenbridge in Chattanooga, TN, on his way into Georgia.
And the chase is on. The Summerville Doubleheader rockets South, blasting through the Missionary Ridge Tunnel to begin his 50 mile journey South towards Summerville, GA.
Norfolk Southern's Wabash Heritage unit leads NS I6Q (Extra section of 26Q) Eastbound along the causeway of Nickajack Lake on a beautiful Wednesday morning. At the time of snagging this train, I6Q... (more)
A Big Boy running in the 21st Century. UP 4014 & 844 lead the P-ENRS1-13 through the mountains between Green River, and Rock Spring, Wyoming during the Great Race from Ogden.
With the sun quickly setting, and a train full of passengers to return home, the Summerville Steam Special rockets North through LaFeyette, GA.
One freezing cold and snowless Saturday afternoon, NS 362 blows through the miniscule town of Paint Rock, AL. Be careful not to blink, or you'll miss it.
As the sun sets across Chattanooga, NS 46R crosses the Tennessee River with a switch lined for him to proceed South into Georgia.
Just 5 miles North of Summerville, GA, lies the bridge at Trion, GA.