Recently overhauled and and sporting new paint, Missouri and Northern Arkansas 3070 sits at the Arkansas Midland diesel service shop. Photo taken with permission.
Blades built by LM Wind Power Canada in Gaspé, Quebec are seen on CN X325.
Due to excessive leaks, freezing, etc. BN utilized these converted boxcars, fitted out with Diesel engines and air compressors. Used in the winter, they maintained trainline pressure on long cons... (more)
Best laid plans... I assumed incorrectly that this train was headed out UP's Kansas Pacific main, so I positioned myself to catch the two WP GP40-2s - recently demoted from the Feather River main... (more)
The rear signal car worker leans out as one of the side dump cars dumps out its load of coal at Xuanmeichang Washery.
Two lines of hoppers cars nicely frame an old locomotive cab laying in the Jichangzhan yard for scrap.
A 1906 vintage 50 ton ore car, one of the first all steel ore cars built for the Missabe, donated to the Soudan Underground State Park by the DMIR in 1972. This car was one of 4,250 cars of this ... (more)
The last Schnabel car load for Georgia Power's nuclear Plant Vogtle near Waynesboro, Ga. is ready to go at Ocean Terminal on a cool November night. This car was so long I almost didn't have enough... (more)
Waiting for apposing traffic, an eastbound BNSF coal train sits in the siding at Winston, Montana, in the background as a westbound BNSF manifest freight grinds by, filling the curves on the appro... (more)
Five Boeing fuselages entrained on a westbound BNSF intermodal train climbing Mullan Pass on Montana Rail Link on June 30, 2019. The train is crossing Austin Creek Trestle just west of Skyline, Mo... (more)
Passing through Warwick, NY on December 2, 2018, the Operation Toy Train continuing on their route to pick up donations. Once an average box car, DRRV 1947 was one of several repainted into a mili... (more)
A pair of lite locos with a AC4400CW in original YN2 scheme heading down the OCV. Here at Pennington Gap, the locos pass by two empty hoppers that have been obviously set out.
Once spotted, Auto Train's Auto Carriers are expeditiously unloaded to get travelers on their way to their final destination.
Sliding westbound down the western flank of the Sierra Nevada, Union Pacific No.7091 leads stacks into the setting sun.