Indiana Harbor Belt genset 2141 rolls though Blue Island with a transfer run to one of the areas many yards.
An IHB Genset passes through Blue Island.
Basking in warm So Cal winter sunlight, a pair of BNSF NRE Gensets await their turns at Commerce Diesel Service.
Metro Ports' still new genset sits with a cut of loaded Trona cars, awaiting a chance to pull them through the aggregate loader. Photo taken with permission and in full PPP.
A view of the Engineers controls on NRE 3GS21B-DE United States Army Locomotive #6516. This engine features Dynamic braking, this is the only NRE 3GS21B-DE to feature Dynamic Braking.
Fort Eustis Extra 1880 West is seen returning to post after picking up USAX 6516 from the Fort Eustis/CSXT connection track. The engine had spent the night in the snow storm, leaving it covered i... (more)
It's a full house in the CSX Selkirk Yard. Built by NRE, genset 1324 sits beside an assortment of power.
Metro Ports (the former Metropolitan Stevedore) operates a transloading facility on Pier G in Long Beach, California, handling trainloads of coal, petroleum coke, soda ash, potash and other commod... (more)
CSXT 1321, a brand new built NRE 3GS21B-DE, sits inside the fence at NRE awaiting interchange on 9/12/10.
Metro Ports (the former Metropolitan Stevedore) operates a transloading facility on Pier G in Long Beach, California. To handle the trainloads of coal, petroleum coke, soda ash, potash and other c... (more)
BNSF 1310 leads a westbound baretable off the San Bernardino Sub and onto the San Jacinto Branch at Highgrove.
BNSF 1310 and 1320 lead a long baretable move up the San Jacinto Branch as it climbs the steep Box Springs Grade on a beautiful Fall day in Southern California's Inland Empire.
CFNR 504 is a zero emission switcher today as it's down due to maintenance problems. Ol' reliable GP15-1 #113 picks up the slack and is working the Davis - Woodland - Davis local.
CFNR 503 leaves its stretch of cars sitting on the West Valley Subdivision as it heads out the Manville Branch to grab a couple cars. A long, bumpy ride at 10mph is what awaits the crew.
The California Northern Corning Flyer has just finished it's work north of Orland, California on the West Valley Subdivision. The train will now slowly make its way down towards Orland. Bad track ... (more)