On the edge of Vegas. A westbound rolls into the Las Vegas valley seen at "Valley" The BNSF motor was the only "run through motor" seen the entire trip.
CN L510 crosses over US-151 in Fond du Lac, WI with a colorful lashup led by BLE 901.
"UP At Valley"
A new ET44AC powers Norfolk Southern’s Sharonville to Clare Yard “turn.” This location used to be called CP Valley but lost it's "CP" designation when the signals were deactivated ... (more)
The southbound BNSF Chewelah Turn is on her way back to Spokane after an early morning rendezvous with the Kettle Falls International at Chewelah. Here it is seen crossing Highway 231 about 10 mi... (more)
UP had a fleet of SD40's working around Vegas in local jobs, this one is shoving a cut of cars into Valley after working an industry off of Donavan Ave.
Lady Luck! I was heading up 215 after dropping my wife off to her teaching, heard of an eastbound Z leaving Vegas...just as I was crossing the UP on a bridge, the train showed.
First train of the day rolls through Valley to meet an empty coal train at Wann, the start to the busiest day on the UP I saw during a trip to Vegas. (Business trip for Maryann, trains for me).
A UP rock train steps across Donovan Ave departing strategic materials, preparing to head westbound.
A UP rock train slowly rolls empties out of a local industry in north Las Vegas, before proceeding westbound.
Dark Side- Dark Future, CSX SD80Mac makes a welcome appearance on the CN Waukesha Sub, rolling down the foot of Byron Hill at Valley. Hwy 151 is vaulted on this new bridge, try not to stair at the... (more)
The local 510 job crawls north while waiting for M340 to clear southbound before continuing onto Shops Yard
A pair of Grand Trunk units guide the local Railfan Special south past Valley as they work toward their afternoon duties on the Quad-Lomira turn.
37685 leads a returning railtour from Holyhead, seen passing through Valley.
CN 2408,2433,IC 6136 are just starting into the grade at the bottom of Byron Hill with train 342. There are quite a few pre-built switch panels on the head end of this train.