During the final light of the day, Coquitlam to Edmonton train M310 cruises through Henry House behind a trio of CN units.
Hidden Identity: The married pair of #1442/1443 stand out as one of the few Arrow IIIs that do not feature a NJ Transit logo at the front end. Here, the pair leads Northeast Corridor Line... (more)
CN SD70ACe 8100 leads eastbound train Q118 along side Yellowhead Highway #16 at Mile 36.0 of CN's Albreda Sub.
As the Sun is still climbing over North Alabama, a lost Canadian a long way from home brings Ethanol train CSX K650-30 South through the southern edges of Decatur, AL.
A duo pair of hardworking Gevo's bring this empty Scherer coal train through the Tennessee Valley all the way back to Wyoming to refill on coal.
I always wanted to get a shot of this bridge and was lucky enough to run into this train just west of here and setup the shot. From what I was told the paint job on the 432 is about a week old. An... (more)
Entering the work area at 249 is NS Stack train 22W slowly coming into town before decending down the grade.
On the morning of September 30, 2015, an eastbound Canadian Pacific coal empty passes Begbie as it arrives at Revelstoke, British Columbia, for a crew change.
Rolling out of Hartford, WAMX 3895 leads the way on the SOO 1003 ferry move to Janesville. Due into Janesville later in the afternoon, the train wouldn't arrive until the next afternoon due to CN ... (more)
Moves along Kola river
Elephant style YN2. CSXT AC4400CW's 405 & 336 are both in the rapidly disappearing YN2 paint scheme and are arranged elephant style as they lead a 60-car CN 327 through Sainte-Anne-de-Belle... (more)
Train goes to CP Rail Chicago Intermodal Terminal in Bensenville. Please visit my website where you can see photos from Poland - www.railphoto.info
NS 290 swings through the curves at Cramerton, NC as a blooming crape myrtle tree looks on.
Brand New T4C UP 9066 leads this Coal drag in a 3X2 fashion with 92lds, 13,156tns, 5338ft. This is her 2nd trip after leading the MNPWC-13 Westward yesterday! Sure are pretty when they're new!