CSX intermodal train Q009 passes under the signal bridge at CP 83 in Erie, PA. The days for this bridge are numbered, with the bases for a new bridge already in place. Locomotives:CSX ... (more)
CN ES44DC 2277 leads an eastbound loaded crude oil train through Ardrossan.
CSX train Q635 comes into Goodman Street Yard on the yard lead track in order to drop off and pick up cars. Locomotives:CSX 5320 ES44DCCSX 8013 SD40-2CSX 4826 SD70MAC
Norfolk Southern's intermodal train 22K crosses over the Bessemer & Lake Erie line with a trio of GE's for power. Locomotives:NS 7500 ES44DCNS 9965 C40-9WNS 9187 C40-9W
Norfolk Southern intermodal train 290 crosses over from track 2 to track 1 at Elm on its way north through Greensboro, NC on December 14, 2017.
A pair of CSX GE's lead an empty unit corn train past the trilight signals at CP 73 in north East. This train came off the Falls Road Railroad and through Buffalo before heading west. Loco... (more)
CSX intermodal train Q017 has a clear signal down the main at CP 85. Meanwhile, CSX Y120 works the west end of the Erie Yard. Locomotives:Q017:CSX 5419 ES44DCCSX 468 AC44CW... (more)
With the last bit of daylight fading below the horizon, westbound train 406 rounds the waterside at Renforth, New Brunswick.
A southbound maintenance-of-way train cruises through Thomasville, NC on Norfolk Southern's Danville District on a sunny December 11, 2017.
After the first big snowfall of the season, westbound train 406 heads through the nice snowy scene at Passekeag, New Brunswick.
CN ES44DC 2308 travels east on the Wainwright Sub as the trailing DPU on empty potash train #758.
Winnipeg, MB - Toronto, ON train #318 hammers through the plant at Wagaming West. Three dimensional loads (D4R) of modular structures ride upfront.
A dreary December afternoon finds a rolling meet in the double track in Lula as local G54 races north past NS 153 proceeding on the two side.
CN 2289 leads an oil train thru Mount Pleasant, WI on October 20, 2017. The train is on UP's Milwaukee Sub, the ex-CNW New Line. While CN power is common in SE Wisconsin, it is relatively uncommon... (more)