CN ES44AC 2953 leads train G843 west on the Albreda Sub between Fitzwilliam and Grant Brook. The first 103 cars on the train are brand new Parrish and Heimbecker grain cars. Behind them was ES44AC... (more)
CN C44-9W 2566 cruises along the Edson Sub at 55mph with BNSF's G AVIKAL9 05 detouring on CN trackage from Noyes, MN to Vancouver, BC as F30541 05.
CNW SD40-2 6842 is sporting fresh paint as it gets ready to depart Itasca Yard in Superior, WI in October of 1993. These units looked good with the herald on the nose.
SOU 3304 and its two mates lead a mixed freight west on the former Nickel Plate Road Chicago-Fort Wayne line.
Working the Z Gas in the middle of a very busy automobile and pedestrian corner. Somehow train, car, bus, taxi, and people all manage to get along.
NS train running west down the Porter Branch splitting the signals headed towards Willow Springs.
CN C40-8 2007 leads detouring BNSF grain train X INBCSN9 28 over the Prairie Creek west of Hinton, AB on CN's Edson Sub. Trailing the CN unit are BNSF 9223, 7868 and 8095.
Due to ongoing problems on BNSF's Hi-Line subdivision in Montana, there have been quite a few grain trains detouring on CN tracks between Vancouver, BC and Emerson, MB/Noyes, MN. Here we see CN C4... (more)
CN SD75I 5691 leads a loaded grain train west at Mile 220 of CN's Edson Sub.
CN SD60 5431 leads train Q192 past a tied down M302 at Geikie on CN's Albreda Sub. Business is booming and there have been a lack of crews on hand at Jasper as of late.
A loaded coal train destined for the port of Baltimore passes under this classic Pennsylvania Railroad signal bridge at Summerhill, PA just after midnight on February 20, 2017.
A heavy Belen, NM to Phoenix, AZ manifest train fights gravity as it slowly moves over the eastern slope of the Arizona Divide on the first day of March, 2017. As the sun fades behind the horizon,... (more)
DPUs push the tail end of their BNSF stack train up and around Cliff into a threatening storm above.
After a bit of a wait, POED with a quintuplet of ex CSX C40-8's (now patched for Maine Central) leans into the curve just east of Shirley Station