CSX train Q231-23 heads south under the cantilever signal bridge at Romulus, MI. Leading the train is a pair of ex L&N SD40-2s.
Rolling east under the Rock Island searchlights, Iowa 153 and 508 are on the last leg of their journey to Burr Oak Yard.
A loaded limestone train destine for the stone yard at Martins Ferry heads east through Pittsburgh Junction with 4 EMD's on the point on a beautiful spring morning.
A new day breaks on the famed Blue Ridge Grade as threatening clouds roll in from the west overhead the 1940's era CPL's which have sadly now been removed.
A pair of former Santa Fe SD45-2's lead the L CHI101 Streator turn under the ATSF searchlights in Toluca. These units now wear the H3 scheme are classified as SD40-2R's.
11K works its way westbound through the crossovers at CP86 in Ravenna, Ohio behind an ex-Conrail Dash 8 widecab. Some leaves are finally starting to bud on nearby trees as spring starts to show it... (more)
DWARFED BY NIGHT One of only a small handful of US&S type-C dwarf signals, a favorite of the Norfolk & Western, lights up the ballast at Cloverdale just as it has for nearly eight decades.
CSX Q009, a hotshot intermodal, ducks under the signal bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio just East of Ashtabula Yard.
NS 572 departs Norton Yard in Norton, Virginia destined to Bluefield, West Virginia on an early fall day.
The Downeaster passes under an old B&M signal bridge on it's way out of Dover.
Seen here, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief makes its way past a lone semaphore signal, knocking it down in the process. Located in Los Cerrillos, NM this is one of several located in the area.
Amtrak's westbound Pennsylvanian splits a pair of former Pennsylvania Railroad position light signals as it heads west towards Pittsburgh on the PRR's Middle Division.
Three GE's lead Q711 west under the NYC signal bridge at MP 126 in Ashtabula in some sweet evening light.
A CSX SD70MAC leads a CSX autorack train past the ex NYC unique signal bridge in Lake City, PA.
NS 20W thunders up hill through town Saturday Morning.