VIA F40PH-3 6454 leads the westbound Canadian at Mile 8 of CN's Albreda Sub, approaching Geikie.
Wearing its Canada 150 garb, VIA F40PH-3 6454 idles at the west end of Jasper's station track with train #1.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past Mile 229 of CN's Edson Sub.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past the approach signal to Henry ... (more)
Single stacked no more... my first capture of new CSX train Q143. Formly Q041, this North Baltimore, OH to Jacksonville, FL intermodal is now routed via Louisville & Nashville avoiding the limite... (more)
They dynamic duo heads into the power tracks after transferring a cut of cars from Rivergate to B Yard.
A patched SP AC4400CW bring NS 162-18 down Raccoon Mountain, running over CSX trackage rights as train Z38118. The UP motor and train are still in Tennesse, as the state line is just north of the... (more)
Freshly pained GP30 2467 waits as the day's Tuck Train passenger disperse around town for the layover.
Link to old paint scheme: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/502483/
CASTLE GATE UT Aug 22 1981 -- This GP9 was built in June 1955 as DRGW 5923. Utah Power & Light Co. acquired it, repainted it and it became UPLX 5923 in January 1977.
CSX J29719, aka Cowan Helper #1, passes the Museum Station as it heads back to the helper pocket after shoving coal train N30314 up the ~2% grade up the North side of the Cumberland Escarpment.
First light of the morning shines on a brightly colored pair of Carolina Coastal Railway engines as they have brought their cut of cars into Chocowinity around 8:30am. They are switching around s... (more)
A strong thunderstorm has passed and the sun has returned - just in time to illuminate the 5 vintage ALCOs as they depart Holbrook
The Ringling Brothers circus train rolls east on the former Reading main line at Birdsboro, Pennsylvania.
Several old locomotives, from left to right, 272 (built in 1927), 278 (built in 1954), 318 (ALCO built in 1958), unknown and a Talgo series 353 (built in 1958).