Three Santa Fe Warbonnet Dash 9s leads Local 102 west over the Des Plaines River in Lemont. What year is it again?
Early BNSF paint scheme. BNSF #811 leads a westbound through Abo Canyon. Note the large "BNSF lettering on #811 - applied during a recent repaint.
CSXT 4566 leads CP 288 south on the C&M Sub.
A GE C4 adds both braking and pushing power to a westbound BNSF load of what looks like DDG. The train has just come off Curtis Hill, and is now headed for the open expanses of northwest Oklahoma ... (more)
That’s a bunch of coal, folks and 4510 is a DPU bringing in more to the river port.
The late day sun glints off an eastbound manifest as is works its way down Sand Patch grade at Foley.
BNSF 573 (B40-8W) engages the turbo afterburner to muscle a heavy load out of the bowl in the Denver Yard. Is it me......or does that turbo fire look....'happy'?
In fading evening light, an eastbound manifest creeps past the N&W CPL's at Plum Creek before shoving back into Radford Yard where it would sort cars for the next half hour or so.
A pair of CSX GEVOs haul a westbound intermodal train at Bort Road on a warm summer day.
L CHI102 makes its shove move into Joliet Yard with a trio of Santa Fe Warbonnets. Along the old Santa Fe main, these old veterans have no doubt made quite a few trips through Joliet in the past!
L CHI102 makes its way west through Romeoville behind a trio of Santa Fe Warbonnets.
U10816 CSXT 877 west heading for the Buckingham Branch at AM Junction.
Early in the morning, a trio of BNSF GEVOs rolls off the hill between the summit and Quinlan with an eastbound stack train in tow.
Along the banks of the New River, hues of yellow light up the foliage as autumn settles in the New River Valley. A westbound stack train rounds the bend Plum Creek, passing the classic N&W CPL th... (more)