A BNSF train is going away with two DPUs on the back, heading over the triple crossing at Santa Fe Junction in Kansas City. The view is from the World War I memorial across from Union Station.
A pair of Orange units lead the RUT611 out of Provo and get up to speed and smoke it up as their rear care has cleared the yard.
Coal trains pass on Crawford Hill below Belmont, Nebraska, on July 12, 2008. The loaded train climbing the hill is a XCLX (Xcel Energy) unit train of hoppers, while the downgrade empty is composed... (more)
The Alaska Railroad has no physical connection to the rest of the North American rail network. But that doesn't prevent them from having a robust interchange. The ... (more)
A quartet of Union Pacific flags power train #226 into its destination of Atlanta,GA after a cross-country sprint from the west coast. UP ES44AC #2531, SD70M's #5185, #4979 & ET44AH #2675 is the l... (more)
SD45 (SD40M-2) 9034 leads a BN double stack train on a slightly hazy morning near Milledgeville, IL in February of 1994. The train is on BN's C&I SUb.
Fog, snow and rain make for a dreary mixture on Snoqualmie Pass as a westbound Milwaukee Road freight descends the pass and crosses Hull Creek trestle. Catenary poles still stand on the bridge ack... (more)
Welcome to the family! Central Maine & Quebec Railway has finished painting its ten 6-axle ex-Canadian Pacific Railway SD40-2F and released the final unit in a special Bangor & Aroostook heritage... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec Railway has finished painting its ten 6-axle ex-Canadian Pacific Railway SD40-2F and released the final unit in a special Bangor & Aroostook heritage tribue scheme. (This w... (more)
Con Agra's rebuilt EMD GP7 #101 shoves a cut of CSX grain hoppers into the mill.
A pair of ex Conrail SD60's blow past the Amtrak station at Gainesville,GA with intermodal train #221 for Atlanta on the Piedmont Division.
With the mountains behind them, two Southern Pacific GE AC4400CWs lead an eastbound Union Pacific coal train through Arvada, Colorado, on the autumn day of October 19, 2001.
PT-98 passes the recently opened view of the former Lackawanna Cutoff bridge, which has been dormant for decades. Much talk is going on about getting rail service back from NYC to Scranton, but no... (more)
Happy Halloween folks! :-)