Using a pry bar, sledgehammer, and alot of muscle, the loadout crew closes a few open discharge doors before coal can be loaded.
A long Union Pacific XCLX (Xcel Energy) coal empty wraps around the curves while climbing the Front Range of the Rockies at Eisele (formerly Clay), Colorado. The lead locomotives are rattling over... (more)
NS 056 had quite the train on 8/18/2014, amongst the CAT equipment, pipe loads, and Trucks for these units, were these 10 brand new BB40-9W GE's, heading for Mozambique,Africa.. Photo at Johnstow... (more)
B761 slowly lumbers into Selkirk with 3 high/wide loads.
On a foggy and misty day the anchor off the USS Duluth (LPD-6) is moved from a flatcar onto its concrete display stand along Duluth's Lakewalk near the Vietnam Veteran's War Memorial. The USS Dulu... (more)
CSXT Q372 enters Selkirk Yard with two UP GEVO's on the lead while another westbound manifest heads out. K012 with the Erie heritage was shortly behind this 372.
Precious cargo. The crew of WW&F #10 eases their train back to the platform at Alna Center Station for a quick freight drop off, before proceeding south to Wiscasset with their most preciou... (more)
Built in 1949, C&O no. 1309 a 2-6-6-2 class Steam locomotive sits on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Interchange track. The locomotive made a lengthy journey from Baltimore, MD, the engine fi... (more)
BNSF 795 sets as the DPU of a oil train headed North,while an empty coal train pulls up right beside 795.
Northbound freight with passengers.
The setting sun glints off of K010's consist as it rolls through the tiny town of Chittenango and under the endangered NYC-era signal bridge. K010 has created a stop indication over track 2, and ... (more)
2 days after the 238th celebration of our nation's birth, loaded flat cars full of seemingly retired military equipment head east to the hump.
With two other coal trains waiting to take their empties back to Wyoming for more coal, UP 6046 pushes its train towards the Moffat Line, past other UP engines waiting in the North Yard.
A bunch of coal and coke trains sit tied down at the west end of the yard.