"Uh, Dispatch, we can't make our move south due to a train blocking our route." " No worries, he will be clearing up shortly" " I don't think so..."
Classic s... (more)
Lending a helping hand. CN 538 (with veteran GP38-2W's CN 4795 & CN 4775 pushing) is crossing Sauvé street in Coteau as it prepares to help CN 327 with its setoff. They will back onto CN 32... (more)
I spent a lot of time between photo locations studying this exact view. It's really amazing, the faith put in that locking pin and that coupler knuckle... World's strongest handshake, indeed.
A northbound CSX mix freight makes it's way up the Andrew's Subdivision crossing the Cooper River on an early Saturday morning.
"HARPERS FERRY STATION"
The historic wood-frame depot, which was designed in 1894 by architect E. Francis Baldwin for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O). Baldwin, a Baltimor... (more)
An interesting assortment of power is scattered about CP's Bensenville yard as seen after taking off from Chicago's O'Hare airport.
Taking off from Chicago O'Hare airport right over the middle of CP's impressive Bensenville yard affords this interesting view of the wide spread of tracks.
The old Atlantic Coast Line signals along CSX's A-line (Charleston Subdivision) are falling fast with the implication of PTC. Amtrak's southbound P97 is moments away from arriving in North Charles... (more)
Looking westbound down the TP&W rails, we see the fixed semaphore acting as a distant signal guarding the diamond with the SPCSL on another hazy summer evening due to the wildfires out west.
Southern Railway's cantilever signal still guards the East end of Asheville yard from the W & S Line at Biltmore.
The signals guarding Ashley Junction are seeing some of their last days, as they will be replaced in the next few months. These are one of the few ACL bridges left on the CSX system.
I usually don't look at all the cars in coal trains as they roll past, but this one caught my eye. This is a Union Electric (UCEX) car on an empty coal train near O'Fallon, Missouri.
An empty grainer rolls through the second half of a large S curve on the Stampede Sub on beautiful fall evening. From Day In North America 2014 .
Originally constructed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1896, Mount Royal Station in Baltimore, MD, still stands pristine today. The station has been occupied by the Maryland Institute Colleg... (more)