Executive BNSF 9709 (SD70MAC) leads the beer train from the yard adjacent to the Molson Coors brewery in Golden, Colorado. Once the crew does a final inspection they will board the engine and head... (more)
W015 heads south through Nora, Virginia.
CSX W015 slowly approaching the Woodland signal, with a newly rebuilt SD70Mac leading the way, on a beautiful October afternoon.
A matched set of brand new SD70MACs is powering a west bound through Little Falls, NY. Number 4138 and 4139 had just been added to the Conrail roster on May 1st of 98.
A BN executive 70mac, a dying breed, takes VBLUPTS through Lemont in some very sharp Golden Light... on a warm autumn evening.
BNSF 9824, a BN Executive painted SD70MAC, makes for a sweet leader on westbound V BLUPTS as it rolls across the Des Plaines River on a beautiful evening in Lemont, IL.
One of three University of Kentucky inspired paint schemes that the Paducah & Louisville has leads a coal empty south at Spring Lick. The 4522 celebrates UK's eight national basketball championshi... (more)
CSX 4538 leads another SD70AC and an AC44 up the .41% grade in Hilldale, WV on a sunny November evening.
Sunrise at East Portal
The morning sun blinds me through my view finder for this BNSF manifest is about to charge the East Portal of the Moffat Tunnel.
101 arriving Wylie World with 10 cars
Crossing a wood trestle south of Farthing, Wyoming, is a southbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train as it approaches Altus on the former Colorado & Southern main line between Cheyenne and ... (more)
Returning to the crew change point of Greybull, Wyoming, are EMD SD70MAC Nos. 8863 and 8843 power BNSF’s Cowley turn through Sheep Canyon past milepost 414 on the afternoon of June 22, 2020.
Four of a kind
On BNSF, the locomotive road number doesn’t get any bigger than this. On September 21, 2009, BNSF EMD SD70MAC No. 9999 is the trailing DPU on the rear of a coal train cl... (more)
CaterParrott Railnet Train #7, easing west on the Thomaston line, with 5 PRLX, Ex-KCS SD70Macs heading for Storage.