A GP38AC works the Belle Glade mill, which unfortunately does not receive sugar cane via rail, but rather by truck. However, the mill does receive other rail cars regularly.
Soo Line on the Soo Line: No your eyes do not deceive you, that is the actual grade of the track leading out of the tipple on the North side. By the time you are loading the last car, you a... (more)
Olean based local OL-2, an Emporium turn, pulls cars at Port Allegany.
An NS GP38-2 leads a train of steel past Arcelor Mittal, on the approach to IHB's Michigan Avenue Yard.
24 and 3885 shove a long string of covered hoppers loaded with wheat back into the ever-expanding King Milling complex in Lowell, MI.
Looming over the Mahanoy Creek Valley, the old Saint Nicholas breaker of the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Company is still relatively intact in this January, 1992 view. Built in 1932, old S... (more)
For nearly a century, Barakaldo was one of the main industrial centers of the country. Now, the vast majority of companies have disappeared, but still survive some chemical company like Alquitra... (more)
One of Arcelor Mittal's veteran SW1500's smokes it up as it leads loads out of the plant in East Chicago.
This CR freight is running on former CNJ trackage in the Lehigh River valley just south of the Lehigh Gap. The lead loco, CR3129, was later acquired by the DRGW, and the New Jersey Zinc plant her... (more)
The “Blitz local” switches 3 cars of coal for the huge Monolith cement plant near Tehachapi, California, on March 8, 2001. Even though it is a Union Pacific local, the three Southern Pacific SD40M... (more)
The Pioneer Local wanders down the Salt Lake Union Stock Yard Spur at the Flying J refinery in North Salt Lake.
The locomotive Sunsundegui 1902 leaving the Arcelor Branch after bringing a train with aluminum blocks of Alcoa company.
An NS mine run loads met coal at the ArcelorMittal/Mid Vol Leasing Dan's Branch loadout
Amtrak's X2000 heads north towards New York, rolling past the Sunoco refinery at Marcus Hook, Pa. Next stop is Philadelphia.