Uncle Pete lends a hand to Uncle Sam catching the last light of the day
A pair of YN2 AC4400's fill the air with exhaust as they get their loaded military train on the move again after a stop in Bergen to inspect a defect. The train is bound for New Orleans from Fort ... (more)
Military loads bridge across the P&L between the LIRC at Louisville and BNSF at Paducah.
A pair of YN2 AC4400's lead loaded military train W809 bound for New Orleans from Fort Drum as it passes under the Route 33 bridge in Bergen, New York on a bitterly cold day. Locomotives:<... (more)
A westbound BNSF military train rolls across the high desert through Griffith located between Kingman and Needles, where it will change crews for the remainder of its run to Barstow.
A westbound BNSF military train led by a sharp looking BNSF SD75M (and not common out west) has just crossed into California as it rolls through Park Moabi and toward an eventual crew change at Ne... (more)
185 015 from DB Cargo passes Sommerau (summit of the Schwarzwaldbahn [Black Forest railway]) with a southbound military freight.
BNSF 284 leads this westbound military train at Franconia on the Seligman Sub.
BNSF 284 leads a westbound Ft. Hood to Barstow military train at Park Moabi in the late afternoon.
Military Movement. In Columbia, SC, we've recently seen several versions of NS 056 transporting equipment belonging to the Big Red One Infantry Division for its deployment to Europe. This ... (more)
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh (Pittsburg Landing), Union Pacific Railroad sponsored the Shiloh Limited, transporting the reenactors cannon on the rear of the trai... (more)
What appears to be an eastbound military extra holds for traffic at Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
With 3 DODX Loads in tow, NS E16 begins its trip toward Camp Lejeune as it crosses the Trent River Drawbridge just after sunrise on a humid Eastern NC morning.
Three Regioshuttle en route Immendingen - Tuttlingen. A loaded military secial train is just arrived.
Westbound Military train heading towards Lyle, WA.