The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" departs the unveiling ceremony held at Sunset Station in San Antonio and will soon begin Union Pacific's Salute to the Military Tour. The locomoti... (more)
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" spotted at Sunset Station in San Antonio for the official unveiling ceremony. The locomotive arrived to San Antonio covered in a tarp displaying U... (more)
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" heads out of downtown San Antonio following the official unveiling ceremony held at Sunset Station. The locomotive arrived to San Antonio covered ... (more)
The last JMG-1 on QCR Levis Sub, to be scrapped.
Framed by the crossing signals on busy N. Elm Street, NECR 1750 goes about it's duties switching the St. Albans yard.
The trainman has a sharp eye out as the PRR Heritage Unit exits the RR Museum of PA's yard after a weekend exposition. Fans young and old have gathered to record the event.
A Big and a Blimp
Some railfans use the moniker “big” to refer to six-axle Alco and MLW Century-type units. Here a Canadian Pacific “big” moves to attach to its train in CSX’ East ... (more)
With Santa Fe's double-track main line far below, a heavy SP manifest out of West Colton roars up the steep grade of the Palmdale-Colton Cut-off. If you look closely, you can see that the SP line ... (more)
The East Switch at Titus - Looking northward towards the Gorge from the east switch at Titus Siding near Jacumba where pair of flat cars and two hoppers lay in storage on the Desert Line.
Eastbound BNSF freight approaches Pulga Ca.
Lead by a repainted locomotive, Canadian Pacific ethanol train #650 is heading south toward the United-States under gusty winds. NS 4060 rear DPU.
White flags are flying as Canadian Pacific 5832 leads an intermodal hotshot east past the MP 197 signal in the Fraser River Canyon.
CP Truman Drawbridge CTC machine.
At sunset in Martinez, CA, a couple of teenagers using the Santa Fe right of way to get home seem oblivious to the danger coming up fast behind them. The engineer of 7412 West, a 199 train, is lea... (more)