"More M3 Junk"
Snowy Morristown... a winter storm had dropped a heavy blanket of snow the previous night. M&E MP15DC 2378 and a string of tank cars are covered in white fluff.
4 car set of Bombardier M7A cars destined for the Metro-North Railroad. The cars were built at Bombardier Transport Canada, La Pocatiere, Quebec.
Union Pacific Steel Gang work train heads westbound after some track work in the Seacliff area of the Coast Route in Ventura County.
Shoving a dimensional load. A crewmember rides the rear of flat car QTTX 130706 as a transformer gets shoved towards CP's Lasalle yard, with CP 2262 pushing as they pass through Lasalle Sta... (more)
During the fall of 2017, Railbox 40188 went in to the TTX freight car shop in North Aiugusta, South Carolina, looking tattered in an old tagged Rbox scheme, but emerged as a rolling cancer awarene... (more)
Wreck repairs are being made to WPSX coal gon No. 1626 at Union Pacific’s De Soto car shop in Missouri on September 28, 2011. The damaged side has been removed, with the aluminum pieces cut up and... (more)
Glinting fuselagesTwo Boeing 737 fuselages follow the power of a westbound BNSF train back on to the main line at West Winston, Montana, at sunset on June 29, 2017. These fuselages are ... (more)
After spotting cars at Spears Plastic, the empty car is rolled down a slight incline past the switch on the main. 1374 will then enter the main, hookup, and Highball Santa Paula for Oxnard.
232 528 will lead the military train from Immendingen to Rottweil.
Fresh from GE's Erie Plant, ES58ACi's bound for Vale in Brazil sit atop heavy duty flatcars awaiting pickup by the CSX yard crew.
Having finished moving cars around the GATX Railroad facility, GMTX done for the evening.
One of Union Pacific’s new autoracks is freshly-painted Armour yellow and sits inside the railroad’s car shop at De Soto, Missouri, on September 28, 2011. ETTX No. 715005 will now get its roof and... (more)
As seagulls take flight, a Canadian Pacific MLW S3 and its crew go about their business in CP's waterfront yard in Vancouver, BC.
Adam Farence Photo