Five GEs in four paint schemes lead an eastbound grain train at Hazard.
The CN Executive Train rolls down the runaround track at Waterloo Yard as L571 begins to double up their outbound train for Fort Dodge. One of the switch engines is also parked on #9 track for the... (more)
Getting sun on the Executive Train today was a tough challenge. About only sun I seen was here at Waterloo where only meat and potato shots could be had. Even though its boring shot, it was cool t... (more)
ES44DC locomotives lead a manifest train through the curves in the mountains with highway I-15 in the background.
When the CN Executive Train ran in Iowa in October the CN also had their Geometry Train in the state touring the railroading. I kind of thought it would be cool to get the trains passing since Iow... (more)
A trio of 3 different elephant style GE's lead 18M out of Tunnel 7, one of the few tunnels on the Pocahontas Division that did not have to be modified during the Heartland Corridor Project.
It seems like most of the trackage between Ludlow and Ash Hill is occupied by intermodal trains as two eastbounds and one westbound can be seen snaking their way across the Mojave Desert.
CN 2321 lead CN 474
BNSF 7837 & 4143 head into Crozier Canyon with an eastbound stack train.
Train 101 is led by two Gevos bracketing a fuel tender.
Just minutes earlier after waiting for CSX intermodal train L186, the crew of BNSF engine #7633 gets a medium clear from the siding to the main at the southend of Broughton. Now gaining speed, th... (more)
Coming through! Heading away from the setting sun, a BNSF stack train powers-up as it leaves Ludlow and races towards Ash Hill and points east.
Canadian National #324 is heading toward St Albans Vermont under threatening looking skies. CN 5683, IC 1008 are trailing locomotives.