Almost that time again....
On June 9, 1966, the westbound train 19 "The Chief" arrives at Trinidad, Colorado behind F7A #21, F7A #327 and three F7B's. Photo from my collection. Photographer K. Crist.
A pair of BNSF engines lead the loaded Norfolk Southern Coal Train up the Braswell Mountain grade shortly after sunrise. Thanks to a tree clearing operation the railroad is currently undertaking, ... (more)
A Burlington Northern coal train powered by a matching quartet of GE C30-7s is ready to leave Alliance, Nebraska, on the eve of July 4, 1996. Courtesy of Mother Nature, the fireworks are starting ... (more)
Santa Fe 5394, sporting the brand new SPSF "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, is nearing the summit on Cajon Pass. The train made many stops on its way up the pass in order to allow the S... (more)
Burlington Northern EMD GP50 No. 3131 leads westbound train 125 past the mile 207.2 semaphore on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision main line between St. Regis and Paradise at Donlan, Montana,... (more)
BN 5793 sets out and picks up cars in the small yard in Skykomish on a cold February day.
Santa Fe 3448 makes a light move through Darling with the San Francisco Peaks in the distance.
BNSF 6310 leads an eastbound coal empty across the causeway at the frog pond at Trout Creek, MT with fall in the foreground and winter just above in the background. This is part of Montana Rail Li... (more)
Santa Fe Alco/ATSF CRSD20 1300 with slug. Units 1300-1302 were originally Alco RSD15's built in 1959-60. These three units were rebuilt in 1975-76 with EMD 16-645C engines.
Heading back to Powder River Basin for another load of coal, a Burlington Northern coal train follows the North Platte River through Wendover Canyon between Wendover and Cassa, Wyoming, on July 18... (more)
A westbound intermodal awaits clearance to enter Winslow Yard with a storm brewing to the north.
Storm water, Strobes and Super Fleet! The Santa Fe cowl reflects on the west wye at the museum.
A faded Santa Fe Warbonnet finds itself on the point of a transfer from TRRA's Madison Yard as it makes its way through downtown Saint Louis on the elevated Terminal trackage.