An two-truck Shay steam locomotive sits in Columbia Falls not far away from BNSF's Hi-Line Sub. It's true history is uncertain, some sources identify it as GN 1 or GN 2769, but it's generally agre... (more)
Still sporting Milwaukee Road paint 42 years after being outshopped from EMD La Grange, WAMX 1598 basks in some sunlight in Columbia Falls as a storm clears the area. Built as MILW 475 in 9/1975, ... (more)
A faded and grimy former Northern Pacific SW1200 sits in Columbia Falls with covered stacks awaiting its fate. It was originally built as NP 128 in 7/1955, S/N 20321.
On one of my first outings with my new camera, I caught CN 5706 and CN 2239 hustling a southbound autorack towards Champaign and points south.
A two car set of CA&E cars heads west just east of the IRM.
On a beautiful Autumn evening, PanAm Railways OCS is seen crossing the Fore River in Portland just 13 minutes before sunset.
PanAm Railways FP9s lead their OCS through Danville Junction on their way to Rigby Yard in Portland.
Westbound PanAm OCS is seen crossing the impressive Androscoggin River bridge in downtown Lewiston.
After meeting the Rumford train at Leeds Jct, the PanAm OCS is back on the move at Leeds Junction.
Westbound PanAm OCS holds at Leeds Junction for the Rumford train to clear onto the branch.
Westbound PanAm OCS makes it way along Cochnewagon Lake as the fall foliage really begins to pop.
Westbound PAR business train heads for Portland as it creeps by the Monmouth General Store.
The Mineral Range crosses Hwy 95 just 1 mile away from the Humboldt Mine. The engines will run around the train and shove into the loadout.
The Mineral Range is just a few miles away from Humboldt Mine as its seen approaching Hwy FA during the mid-morning.
The Mineral Range railroad begins their day picking a handful of empty gondolas for the mine at Humboldt.