Montana Rail Link’s MLAUMIS, also known as the LM, is heading through McQuarrie, Montana, on October 7, 2005. The westbound train operating from Laurel to Missoula is powered by MRL EMD F45 No. 39... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe freight train climbs through Cajon Pass.
Hot summer afternoons at Binhamton swatting yellowjackets.
A rain storm has just cleared at Montana Rail Link’s “roundhouse” at Helena yard on October 8, 2005. Just off the turntable, EMD F45 No. 392 faces new SD70ACe No. 4300 in the last sun rays of the ... (more)
Former Wisconsin & Southern F45 No. 1002, now Montana Rail Link No. 392, leads a helper set into Helena, Montana, after pushing a train over Mullan Pass on July 4, 1994. Before a short life on WSO... (more)
Montana Rail Link EMD F45 No. 390 leads LM (Laurel to Missoula manifest freight) approaching Greycliff, Montana, on the afternoon of October 3, 2005. The train will be treading through snow by the... (more)
Steam Scenes publisher, photographer Nils Huxtable made special arrangements with the Utah Railway. To have their F45 9013 leaded up the Canyon. He was kind enough to let my dad know of the arrang... (more)
In the low sun of May 19, 1995, northbound Wisconsin Central No. 45 roars down the main line at Byron, Wisconsin. Lead F45 No. 5959 has recently graduated from high-speed service across the west o... (more)
Wisconsin pastoralRolling through a bucolic Wisconsin scene north of Allenton is northbound Wisconsin Central train 45, with bright Santa Fe F45 No. 5959 leading the way across an empty... (more)
In what appears to be a power move, F45 No. 5936 leads an eastbound manifest through the sweeping curve at Martinez on the eastern slope of Cajon Pass.
Oh how I miss these days. My favorite railroad, and my favorite locomotive type. "Santa Fe all the way!"
Something that just never happened. F45 9013 is on the headend of a coal train. In all it's years on the Utah Railway, 9013 basically served as a B unit. It spent most of it's time in the helper s... (more)
Heading to Syracuse out of Binghamton on a warm day.
Two big 20 cylinder EMD's with a load of logs for one of the many paper mills in the area. I think this run was called the "Nekoosa turn"
An Eastbound TOFC muscles up Cajon pass led by an F45 in the short-lived "Kodachrome" merger scheme.