After completing their work for the day, First Coast Railway 1605 and 1602 spend a quiet evening as a winter storm approaches from the west.
The crew on the First Coast 1810 back their cut of cars into the yard before calling it a day.
CSX 3032, sporting two different style number boards, enters the Folkston funnel with a hot doublestack.
CSX 3032, sporting two different style number boards, races east towards the Folkston funnel with a hot doublestack.
A string of Rio Grande SW-1000s moves through the diesel service area in Denver.
A northbound Santa Fe intermodal has taken the siding near Shaw Avenue to let the southbound San Joaquin, led by Amtrak 312, pass.
SP 8232 leads Rio Grande 3104 out of tunnel 3 on Tehachapi Pass.
Snow has fallen all the way down to the Dike siding in Devore on Cajon Pass, as SP 8688 sets out the UP 3387 on the main. Later, the train will pull forward and the helper crew will attach the UP ... (more)
I am in the cab of Milwaukee Road SD40-2 187, looking out at the various power in the diesel service area at the UP North Platte yard. It was quite an experience for my wife and I to get a VIP to... (more)
The 1979 Pacific Railroad Society "Mountain Outin" passenger special was run up the steeper south track from Cajon Siding to Cajon Summit, and in the process, pretty much tied up the rai... (more)
I came across one of my old slides of Union Pacific 9000 on display at the Pomona Fairgrounds in the mid - 1980s.
Union Pacific 49 has gotten a green signal and is beginning to move westbound out of the Yermo yard. In the land of SD40-2s, it was not very often we would see an SD-45 on the point of a manifest... (more)
Snow on Banning Pass in Southern California was not a very common occurrence. Union Pacific 2165 has stopped, waiting for a new crew to take it down the hill and into the West Colton yard.
An eastbound Southern Pacific manifest, led by Union Pacific 3557, is in run 8 as it slowly approached the tunnel 9 bore on Tehachapi Loop.
The engineer on Cotton Belt 7654 backs his power towards his train as seen from the Pepper Street overpass.