The sun peaks out for a second on an overcast November morning as CSX Local A714-12 heads North through Saint Ives, AL.
FEC local train behind classic FEC power.
"Sunrise Orange Blossom"On 12/15/1985 at 07:30, eleven minutes after a 07:19 sunrise, the OBSS (Orange Blossom Special-South), led by RF&P GP40-2 142, is westbound on track 1 crossing t... (more)
A CSX GP40-2 and GP40-3 work the yard in Collinwood, Ohio on a nice summer evening. Locomotives:CSXT 6143 GP40-2STLHA 5651 SD40-2CSXT 6511 GP40-3
CR 3335 leads a westbound through Chesterton Indiana, on the Chicago Line, in 1984.
The Last One! FEC 434 is the very last GP40-2 ever built.
A FEC local heads south through St. Augustine Florida. It will clear up on the south side of the town to make way for train 101.
Eastbound autoracks roll into the setting sun between Hyndman and Cooks Mill, Pa. For any Pittsburgh Steelers fans, the engineer is wearing a Steelers sweatshirt.
Western Pacific 3546 leads a westbound across the Tobin Trestle as it rolls down through the Feather River Canyon.
Eastbound mixed freight Q358 splits the signals (one new and one old) at NA, located about midway between Mance and Philson, Pa.
Cotton Belt 7283, SP 7441, and EMD 6047 lead a westbound manifest at Cochise, Arizona. Lease power, like the EMD 6047, could be seen all across the Sunset Route on the power short SP.
The once a week Union Pacific Potash local nears the end of the Cane Creek Subdivision .
One of the salvage trains SP operated over the abandoned OC&E passes Hager siding. Once upon a timetable, potatoes were loaded into railcars here.
The high and low roads over Newhall Pass. On the low road the eastbound Saugus Local behind a pair of ex-Cotton Belt GP40-2s slip through the curves east of CP Balboa on the old Saugus Line (now M... (more)
Metro 1 dodger working industries on the White Rock.