The two Proctor Roadswitch Jobs meet in Duluth. The morning jobs arrives at Dock 6 with ore loads while the night job handles commercial traffic for the mines.
As the office car train rolls east, the Wabash heritage unit leads train 590 across the OC Bridge in Pittsburgh. For more information, visit more)
Ducking under a BNSF empty coal train at Broadway on the UP KC Metro Sub. is the BNSF KCS Flyer headed towards BNSF Argentine Yard.
CP 5941 South on the 478 train prepares to go under Iowa Interstate's combined NS shuttle grain train and BICB. The NS 6605 West was stopped while working Rock Island yard to double the cars toge... (more)
With a new crew on duty, a North Platte, NE to TG Soda, WY manifest departs out of Cheyenne as a BNSF coal train departs as well with a new crew.
A BNSF mixed freight continues upgrade at Tehachapi Loop, about to cross over itself. The train was on the lowest level of tracks in the picture going away from the photographer, passed left to r... (more)
As a CSX vehicle train above us heads north for Queensgate Yard, an NS southbound departs Gest Street Yard.
Coming west through Broadway on the UP KC Metro Sub. is UP Train OBTWVD 09 with a nice looking SD60M on the point. This train is an empty soda ash move.
A new GEVO is on the rear of a westbound UP stack train as a BNSF intermodal symbol headed in the opposite direction comes over the Flyover.
Big thanks goes to the IAIS crew for stopping the engine on top of the bridge to get this over under shot with a UP train leaving IHB's Riverdale yard.
A westbound BNSF intermodal train climbs the Flyover as a southbound coal load passes underneath.
A pair of Milwaukee Road switchers is seen bringing a transfer from their yard in Bensenville to the Grand Trunk Western while crossing under the Illinois Central mainline. This location is now r... (more)
Three trains meet at Santa Fe Junction.
An IHB local departs Riverdale yard as a outbound Metra train flies over head for it's next stop during the afternoon rush and a train creeps into Barr yard.
You know the day is going your way when the IAIS crew stops their engine on the bridge so you can get the over under. Hell they even released their pet hawk as well!