A westbound 25Z ducks under the soon to be replaced PRR position light eastbound signals for CP TROBE, this is the last know shot before the new signals appeared a week later...
Silent Sentinels- Standing tall over the former Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe main line, two aged semaphore signals control the movements of but two trains per day. With the reorganization of... (more)
A trio of SD40-2's, Ex-CP IORY 4084 and two in G&W corporate paint, get the day's 79-car LNL (Lima North Local) back on the move southward through Hamler after a quick wait on an eastbound CSX int... (more)
Santa Fe manifest 5806 West rolls past classic ATSF signals at Oakley, CA, near the western edge of the San Joaquin Delta. No. 5806 was repainted into the "Southern Pacific Santa Fe" red... (more)
The first support for the new signal bridge is now in place at CP 39 in Dunkirk as Amtrak's Lakeshore Limited passes under the NYC bridge currently guarding the interlocking on the Fourth of July.... (more)
A well-powered high priority stack train passing under the old Sante Fe signal bridge at Lisbon Road east of Marceline.
A pair of CSX Dash 8's "roll coal" at CP 39 and pass the shuttered X Tower as they give their all to get Q390 back up to speed from a stop.Locomotives:CSX 7718 C40-8WCSX 7765 C40-8... (more)
Code line for miles as Q272 makes it way east towards Cincinnati passing the B&O CPL's just outside of Nebraska.
After picking up loaded scrap cars in the yard at Shenango, BLE 867 heads for AK Steel in Butler passing the BLE searchlights at Scott Rd.
MILW 141 prepares to depart Milwaukee, WI in March of 1985. The huge Milwaukee Solvay Coke plant (now gone) is in the background.
CSX S574-03 splits the CPL signal masts at Pierceville as it heads down the former Baltimore and Ohio mainline with a Warbonnet leader
CSX S574-03 gets back up to track speed as it splits the CPL signals at the west end of Osgood with the Warbonnet leader
CSX S574-03 breaks the silence in the small village of Butlerville as the battered and beaten Warbonnet leads the 8000 foot train through the east end of the siding and by the old Baltimore and Oh... (more)