Sometimes when there's no scenery and just an old GEEP, a well lit wedgie will do. A former Seaboard Systems GP16 rebuild shoves against a train of hoppers in its present position as Denver Rock I... (more)
Border Gate - The steel border gate at the North Portal to Tunnel 4 next to Campo Creek.
Westbound coal train headed for Energy, CO pops out the west portal of Moffat Tunnel.
In a strange quirk of fate, CNW 8646, one of the two famed "CNW Twins," the last two CNW units in original, unpatched paint, managed to find its way onto it's longtime rival's track... (more)
In the last light of a perfect early spring day, Bradenton, FL to Cincinnati, OH intermodal/Tropicana juice train Q042 flies over the Etowah River. At this point, the crew which started their day ... (more)
NS 746 sits tied down, shut down at the East end of Portsmouth Yard with a pair of heritage units on point. The sign served as a good reminder that no matter how tempting it may be, no means no a... (more)
After getting the air charged up, the North Shore Scenic brings a set of coal hoppers out of storage and back to the BNSF at Rice Point.
With the derail up and the BARSDG moving slowly on the right, this uniquely Santa Fe GP60M locomotive takes a rest on the engine track at the yard in San Diego.
Q216 blasts through Cooks Mill.
Even out in the desolate areas along BNSF's Powder River Basin line, No Trespassing signs line this high frequency corridor
You can't get any closer to this shot than this without trespassing. I guess the speling on the sign is exceptable...
NS 8006 leads a oil train west through Naperville.
No trespassing on the IHB, in East Chicago I don't think a sign is going to keep people off the tracks.
The Great Northern lives, sort of. You just don't see many signs like this anymore. The orange diesel rolling past is also a nice nod to the history of this line.