Results of a break in two of a Continuous Welded Rail Train.
checking clearances on a tight curve with the 36 axle Schnabel car. One of the loads for the Oil Sands project in Canada
Whoops, pulled a drawbar.
Something different, double frog switches, for small yards without a lot of space, not sure how many of these are around anymore.
BN 1/2, the car mover at the Belknap repair shops
An EMD hulk rests on the ground at Mid America Car in KCMO
MWLX 2017 didn't have anything to give thanks for on Thanskgiving day other than no fuel spilled
A new concept in braking, this Distributed Braking Container is on it's trial run from Chicago to Vancouver on CN train 199.
crossing the Huson Bridge shows the immense size of this load hauled with the 36 axle Schnabel car
A view of the rear of the Railmate train shows how the one axle bogie interlocks into the frame of the dump trailers.
Loading a pellet train for the dock can be a dusty job.
moving a new crossover switch into place
Inside the 1995
looks like they split the switch
The result of not loading a car correctly. Or, it is the least efficient way to unload a pulpwood car. photo taken with permission