Here is something you don't see every day. A GP40-3, MP15T and a GP40-2 slug set are leading loaded salt train D800 over the Youghiogheny River as they are being routed onto the Mon Sub where they... (more)
I took this image of this empty coal train as it rolled down the east slope of the Toano Range in eastern Nevada. It is about to cross under Interstate 80. The photo location is about 3 highway mi... (more)
On the evening of January 3rd 2018, a loaded Coal Train blasts out of the loading yard past 82 Station at the bottom of the grade out of Sandaoling Open Cut Coal Mine, Nth West China.
The culmination of a text message received on November 19, requesting a paint scheme adaptation for a pair of GE AC4400CWs for the Central Maine & Quebec, came to fruition on February 9, when the ... (more)
NS 15E starts their journey out of the yard in Bellevue, OH headed west to Dupo, IL for interchange with the Union Pacific
Heading west on the Crookton Cut-off near the Rte 66 overpass.
Big power over a big bridge. Normally Portland & Western power runs over these tracks but a BNSF repo train takes away some stored well cars near Banks, OR.
A very special memory. Upon the completion of the 75th Anniversary running of the CSX/Clinchfield Santa Train, the equipment returned immediately to Jacksonville, Florida. But a very special stop ... (more)
One of the most picturesque locations on the PDRR line is the old Tatum Depot. The crew is bringing a couple cars from the CSX Interchange in McColl back to their facility in Tatum before putting... (more)
The Aberdeen & Rockfish train from Aberdeen trundles across the diamond with the Seaboard Coast Line in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
The Aberdeen & Rockfish train from Aberdeen meanders through the North Carolina sandhills near Skibo. GP38 400 still plies these same rails well over three decades later.
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 crosses the "Curvy Bridge" (as known by the train crews) west of Goodview, Virginia, with eastbound excursion train 958, the "Roanoker".
Many people have asked me over the years "What is your favorite shortline?" Well folks, here it is. And this photo typifies why. Two factory-original EMD units in spotless as-delivere... (more)
The daily Aberdeen and Rockfish local ambles into Raeford, NC on a warm May day. Thiry-three years later, the GP38 continues to serve its original owner.