"UP Local at Suncor Gate 116"
A Union Pacific local shoves loads into Suncor's Gate 116. The Suncor's Denver location is a huge refinery that is served by both BNSF (Brush Subdiv... (more)
PB&NE No.35 has a cut of slag cars in a scene of industrial America. Bethlehem was, of course, a huge generator of inbound and outbound rail traffic. Mills once proliferated in the eastern Pennsyl... (more)
NX12 does some switching at Specialty Minerals in Canaan, CT with the lease power after returning from Pittsfield, MA
BNSF 2392 (GP39-3) brings in a fresh batch of oil cans to the refinery in Commerce City, Colorado.
There is a lot of activity at the ArcelorMittal steel mill on the shore of Lake Michigan in East Chicago, Indiana, for a Sunday morning! As a lone SW1500 heads east, GP15-1 418 and another SW1500... (more)
A five pack of blue URR MP15's leads a coke train out of the plant in Clairton, Pennsylvania.
BNSF's 2019 Employee Special rolls west though Cloquet on the Lakes Subdivision after boarding passengers at Carlton.
Norfolk Southern's H16 switches Anchor Glass Container on Friday afternoon.
The locomotive LDH 1250 is waiting for work. In the background you can see the cement plant "HeidelbergCement" to which limestone is delivered by the narrow-gauge railway from Moroeni
Continental Grain's old Alco S2 switcher moves a grain car at their facility in Milwaukee in December of 1993. The locomotive was built in 1948 for the McKeesport Connecting RR and operated for 67... (more)
The Hoover Mason Trestle, which once was used to transport ore to the Bethlehem Steel furnaces, is now a pedestrian walkway that allows an upclose view to the original blast furnaces and the ore l... (more)
This ex-U.S. Army Whitcomb built in 1944 was one of Union Carbide's in-plant switchers at this ferro-alloys plant near Montreal.
Republic Steel EMD switchers work their way around the steel mill in Cleveland, Ohio in September 1981. A molten metal car is in the foreground.
An Arcelor Mittal SW1500 moves around the Indiana Harbor Plant after shoving a train of steel slab cars back into one of the buildings.
Creating coke involves extreme heat, which is why the operator has spotted a load of product fresh out of the smelter in the cooling tower for an extended shower.