Still wearing their original "Grinstein Green" paint 23 years later, BN's pioneering AC traction locomotives are, for now, leased to power short NS. At least Progress Rail did a passabl... (more)
A trio of BNSF SD70MACs rolls a train of empties down the upper horseshoe curve of Crawford Hill.
6000 HP MACs ! A pair of 6000 horsepower SD90MAC-H II units are on the head end of a heavy eastbound unit train as it climbs Sherman Hill. The train is about to enter Hermosa Tunnel
The storage line in Ravenna is mostly SD70MACs although there is also a couple of GEs.
Union Pacific EMD SD9043MAC No. 8264 leads a westbound Canadian Pacific freight west of Wardner, British Columbia, on July 16, 2011. A total of five UP SD9043MACs lead the train, along with a CP S... (more)
I sight I only got to see once, three SD90MAC-H II, 6000 horsepower EMD's. Brand new 8551, 8552 and a few months older 8525 are just about to enter Salt Lake Cities north yard. The 6000 horsepower... (more)
Grinstein Green Through the Streets of Augusta: The classic SD70MAC is almost through the last portion of street running in downtown Augusta. They are slowing to a stop as a maintainer ... (more)
On a mild Sunday afternoon(temps in the mid to upper forties!), a CSXT conductor boards KCS 'belle' MAC 3943 after arming the freight at CP-SK. The train developed head end box issues upon it's... (more)
An NS crew rolls through the west end of the ex-Interstate Railroad's Norton Yard in route to Appalachia/Andover, VA.
Looking a bit grungy but sounding great, NS 4120 is on the move for Conway yard with a relief crew on board. Fuji Velvia.
NS 68C creeps through Leeds, Al Eastbound to Atlanta, Ga
A former Indiana Railroad SD90MAC leads NS 61C across Interstate 64 in northern Fayette County on its way north toward Cincinnati
A CSX SD70MAC leads Q142 off the main line and onto the lead track for the Fairburn intermodal ramp where containers will be added and taken away to this train. The YN3 nose on this 13 year old u... (more)
The Greenstein 'Executive' paint scheme still looks sharp on this pair of matching SD70MAC's.
It's 1995 and the influx of EMD's latest SD70MAC's are evident.