Looking as though it is about to enter into warp speed, the Veterans unit emits an arc on its way toward DC.
Somebody has written "Too young to die" across the top front of WP F7A No. 915-D. Indeed, during the 70s, many of WP's F7As were traded in for newer EMDs.
Having followed the southbound side of Central Maine & Quebec's Searsport job earlier in the day, I figured my exposure to it was done for the day with an afternoon birthday party planned for when... (more)
As the last glow of sun rises over the western horizon, one of BNSF's Willow Springs, IL to Los Angeles, CA UPS trains begins it all night journey to across the Mojave Desert and into the Los Ange... (more)
Trona Railway's evening Turn to the UP interchange heads out of the other-worldly landscape on it's mainline as they approach Searles.
Southern 5000 sits over drained water. The color comes from boron added to the water to adjust the pH.
At daybreak, Norfolk & Western 4-6-0 No. 382 barrels across the Strasburg country side during a series of morning photo runbys coordinate by Pete Lerro of Lerro Productions.
Crossing the San Joaquin river near Fresno, CA.
The bright red nose surrounds the headlights of Montana Limestone Company’s former Canadian National EMD SD50F No. 5404 at Warren, Montana, on the afternoon of June 24, 2016.
Pickens Anderson Job is finally on their way to the NS interchange after having to make an extra pickup for the Belton Job which is waiting at downtown Anderson.
Panning a Classic! Normally nocturnal CN 451 today wasn't ordered out of Macmillan Yard until after daybreak, and it was just shortly after noon when it got to my neck of the woods. They mu... (more)
When the Weyerhaeuser Woods Line and the east end of the Oregon, California & Eastern were scrapped, the salvaged materials were sorted at Sycan. Dismantler A&K Railroad Materials used the old log... (more)
NS 29G and NW #611 race along side each other. NW #611 will pass NS 29G at 2nd crossing not pictured.
A trio of Canadian National GE's bring a loaded train down the wye on their way to Hallett.