Westbound helpers head into Horseshoe curve.
The desert sun has taken its toll on the paint on this caboose displayed at Needles CA. Not only are the numbers faded beyond recognition but what appears to be graffiti has also long since faded... (more)
A pair of SD40E helpers bring up the rear of a westbound stack train.
A lone ES44AC, NS 8165, leads a short eastbound through Altoona.
NS 8165 leads a westbound manifest through Lily PA.
Four Heritage II GEs lead a westbound intermodal train.
An eastbound stack train passes a westbound stack train at Pisgah, CA on a warm February afternoon.
Eastbound coal behind a pair of GEs in Heritage II paint.
Two Dash 9s in Heritage I & Heritage II paint, BNSF 1115 & 4816, lead the daily Lincoln NE to Edgemont SD manifest.
BNSF 8199 leads an eastbound stack train between Ash Hill & Siberia.
Five GEs lead an eastbound stack train across the vast Mojave Desert as seen from atop Amboy Crater.
Four GEs lead a mostly empty westbound ballast train.
An executive MAC brings up the rear of an eastbound coal train.
A colorful mix of power is on the point of a westbound manifest however five of the units are offline.