At first glance it appears that an EB has pushers. A closer inspection shows its actually MROHP passing MHPRO at Gilluly, Utah on UP's famous route over Solder Summit.
NS 578 slowly creeps through Lilly, PA on a cold January day. The rear of this train just came off of 5 West in Cresson, a track that is used for RJ Corman to interchange loaded coal trains with N... (more)
After running around the Big Boy at Medicine Bow, UP 4302 west rides into Hanna, Wyoming with another intermodal train in tow.
750 rolls across Henry's Chapel Road in Belmont, NC. Bound for plant Allan with one of only 10 straight NS SD70M's. It's getting harder and harder to catch these coal trains in the day time but to... (more)
NS 2606 brings an intermodal train across the St. Johns River bound for FEC's Bowden yard
Lite power heads to Rioco to pick up a stack train as they pass a variety of old containers stacked up alongside the right of way.
A loaded intermodal repo approaches the LA River Bridge on the San Pedro Sub, bound for Terminal Island. The train is traveling on what was once UP's mainline to the LA/Long Beach Harbor, but is n... (more)
UP 4302 leads a westbound intermodal between Medicine Bow & Hanna, WY.
Beneath the looming skyline of Salt Lake City, a seemingly endless line of locomotives sit stored in North Yard.
A stack train approaches the south end of the San Pedro Sub as they roll into Carson. The IRILBX came out of storage at Rioco siding in Lakewood and is bound for Terminal Island for export. This w... (more)
NS 165 slowly pulls into the Roanoke, Va yard with an SD70M leader. In the background is downtown Roanoke, and to the right is just a portion of the hundreds of locomotives in the dead line.
The UP yard in Cheyenne never disappoints if you like trains with lots of power. It is not uncommon to see 5 and 6 engine lash-ups pulling long double stack trains.
A westbound manifest makes its way through the Geneva Station
25Z passes beneath the eastbound home signals at CP Leets just east of Conway Terminal.
UP 4623 (SD70M), 2167 (SD62), 1481 (GP40-2) & 1019 (GP60) head the Potash Local back to Grand Junction.