Barriles is a station-yard in the middle of line Maria Elena - Tocopilla (SQM railway), electric locomotives GE BoxCab and SQM empty nitrate train arriving at Barriles and change to diesel tractio... (more)
Passenger train Tashkent - Denau. August 24, 2007 is the official date of opening line "Tashguzar - Boysun - Kumkurgan". This line goes bypassing Turkmenistan. So it is allows to carry out direct... (more)
Passenger train Tashkent - Termez
Union Pacific’s potash local trundles through spectacular Bootlegger Canyon north of Potash, Utah, on April 4, 2010. Above lead locomotive GE AC4400CW-CTE No. 6001 is Corona Arch, with an opening ... (more)
On March 5, 2012, an eastbound BNSF freight traverses the scenic Utah desert between Solitude and Floy, Utah, on Union Pacific’s Green River Subdivision. A pair of GE ES44DCs bracket a newer ES44C... (more)
Skirting the scenic Bookcliffs, Union Pacific’s MRONY manifest freight is between Solitude and Floy, Utah, on March 16, 2009. Motive power on the eastbound train is EMD SD70M No. 4876 leading two ... (more)
The rear two DPU shove this westbound coal load over the top of Thompson Hill. The gorgeous and carbon rich Book Cliffs rise over the moon like landscape of the Utah desert. Abandoned Highway 6 p... (more)
The Utah desert stretches to the horizon as UP5860 assaults Thompson Hill. Thompson was once the sight of a branch line that reached into the Book Cliffs to collect coal from now long abandoned mi... (more)
The tranquil ocean of emptiness is broken by the scream of turbo chargers against gravity. Thompson Hill, Utah
Union Pacific’s Potash Turn heads north past unique red rock formations into Bootlegger Canyon on the afternoon of May 12, 2006. This train normally operates in the morning, so this late afternoon... (more)
With late season thunderstorms rumbling over the Bookcliffs in the background, Union Pacific’s LJP45 “dirt train” local approaches Mounds, Utah, late on the afternoon of November 21, 2003. Rio Gra... (more)
Into the Worm Hole - Looking into the eastward approach to Tunnel #17 on the desert line in the Carrizo Gorge.
Tunnel 9 - Construction started in 1906 and the line opened in 1919 (most of the rail in the gorge dates from 1914 – 1915). The original money to build the line was surreptitiously suppl... (more)
Passing through a moonlike landscape a BNSF Z train has just departed the Needles CA crew change headed for AZ and points east.
A pair of ex-SP GP40-2s return from Potash light power as they creep along through the blasted walls of Bootlegger Canyon. In about 1/2 mile they will enter the 7,050ft tunnel.