Ballast train led by this old lady sits awaiting conditions to proceed your journey bound to Açailândia Yard to make the crew change.
Two of three of the last operating examples of C30-7s left in the United States head up a loaded unit grain train bound for the CN interchange in Fulton, KY. The WTNN C30-7s have been an elusive t... (more)
A pair of B23-7s arriving with an extra Sunday shift at the Patio de Tacuba. B23-7s are rare to see here.
Midcoast Rail Service RB-2 is seen crossing Nequasset Brook in Woolwich. On this day the crew has both engines and 11 loaded hoppers from the Dragon Cement plant in Thomaston. With the plant slate... (more)
Midcoast Rail Service RB-2 is seen crossing over Salt Bay at Damariscotta Mills. On this day the crew has both engines and 11 loaded hoppers from the Dragon Cement plant in Thomaston. With the pla... (more)
An Albany & Eastern log train is crossing Oregon State Highway 226 just south of Crabtree, Oregon, on September 27, 2016. The train is returning from the Teevin Bros. log yard and reload facility ... (more)
A former Conrail unit is doing some switching.
A pair of North Rail Oy class Dr21 heavy diesel shunters at Kotka depot still wearing their prevous owners, Operail Finland's livery. Both of these started their lifes as GE C30-7's for Conrail. I... (more)
Amtrak 8 enters the Commercial yard, as MNNR Job 20 shuffles around with their former TTI B36-7. This locomotive arrived at the Commercial nearly a year ago, but it was just recently placed into s... (more)
Two former Conrail B23-7s bring the Roseville Job back south after waiting for Amtrak to get into the yard.
Things seemed more interesting when the 4-axle units went up the "hollers" on mine runs. These units are entering the north end of the former C&O yard. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from ... (more)
We found this single unit switching a work train along the main. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
Still in original colors this unit is owned by NS on this date.
Challenge: Top this for a bad paint job. This was the yard switcher de jour I found on a business trip. Former C&O unit.