Mother Nature provided a spectacular sunrise of reds and blues this morning as BNSF 2903 (GP39E) waited in the East Yard in Longmont, Colorado for a crew. 2903 started life as a GP35 for the Burl... (more)
BNSF 9193 (SD70ACe) anchors a maintenance train in the BNSF's East Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A pair of MAC's work the East Yard in Longmont, Colorado.
Executive MAC BNSF 9621 has just dropped off a freight into the BNSF's yard in Longmont, Colorado.
A fresh looking 53 year old BNSF 2548, a former ATSF Bluebonnet GP35, sits in a small BNSF yard on the east side of Longmont, Colorado.
After delivering a cut of empty woodchip cars to CP, the mill yard switcher runs light to the other end to fetch nine loads to deliver down to the mill for unloading. Marathon Pulp closed in March... (more)
A nice change of color here in the east. A trio of UP engines lead an NS train out of the yard to head north
Could The Nose Logo Get Any Tinier?A set of power has cut off a westbound that just arrived at Union Pacific's East Yard, in Commerce, California, on July 28th, 1996. UP SD60M 6212... (more)
Not The Same As The OthersAs the Twentieth Century was winding down, the Union Pacific announced in 1999 the first major changes to their staid Armour Yellow and Harbor Mist Gray pa... (more)
Looking so fresh in its "stealth" scheme this recent Erie grad is departing the east yard with the "Loyall Turn", "headin to the hollers".
Found in Union Pacific's East Yard, just southeast of downtown Los Angeles, is an impressive string of fairly new U30Cs. 2837 was built by General Electric in March of 1973, just three months bef... (more)
I guess it's an northbound train, anyway it's heading north toward the main at Flomaton. Coming here was always an objective during vacations to Ft Walton Beach.
Another iteration of the locomotive-slug combinations that have worked here for decades. This time the leader was originailly SCL, then SBD, before becoming CSX.
Rio Grande's one and only 'chop nose' SD9 works at the hump yard in Grand Junction on June 14, 1981.