CN ends. The sign beside CN 2103 says 'CN ends' in French and English, as this is where the CN Wharf Spur ends and the Port of Montreal's tracks begin. CN 2103 is leading CN 149 which is ju... (more)
A standard cab leader for once. Standard cab C40-8 CN 2103 is leading CN 149, a nice change from the widecab ES44AC's which are now power for this train most of the time. Here CN 149 crosse... (more)
The conductor working Union Pacific's Los Angeles to Denver Z-train flags freshly painted C40-8 No. 9253 across Orange Street west of downtown Salt Lake City the morning of Sept. 17, 1994.
Anniversary C40-8 leaving UTAC.
NS 35A had the 8302 leading, one of only a handful that can lead on the Pittsburgh Line due to Cab Signals. These locomotives are endangered as all are slated to enter the D8.5 program.
After meeting two north bounds, CSXT 7637 leads K427 out of the west siding onto the main at South Deshler in some sweet evening light.
The APSCOA train is making good time on the WP along the Great Salt Lake on July 31, 1994.
A trio of GE Dash 8 series locomotives pull a Skyline to Barstow coal load through southern Utah County on May 20, 1990.
Eastbound X507 passes under the C&O signal bridge at Longley as CSX 7576 leads the train in some sweet evening light.
Three ex CNW dash 8s wait to move this morning, along with their string of limestone empties.
NS 194 rolls south past a peaking Maple tree with a classic C40-8 running long hood forward on the point.
Chicago & North Western and Union Pacific C40-8s pull 120 Minntac iron ore empties from Geneva Steel through Riverton on June 8, 1994.
A YN2 C40-8 powers a welded rail train past local power on the former C&O mainline along the Ohio River
Old dog in new paint as CSXT 7563 chugs towards CP-102 to meet two northbounds on a brilliant autumn morning.
Bright and shiny! A freshly painted C40-8 is on the point on this ethanol train headed south.