GLC 398 Leads a 4 unit manifest South through Durand Michigan on the Holly Sub to Ferndale Michigan
NS U41 is seen exiting Natural Tunnel with 80 empty hoppers for Andover. These hoppers are loaded at Dixianna just north of Norton for Eastman Chemical Company’s coal gasification plant in Kingspo... (more)
On a cold and raw Monday afternoon, local B765 lugs up seven loads to Seventh Street in the pouring rain for the ADM Mill in Greenport Center. The local is now powered usually by a single AC4400 o... (more)
On a rare blue dome morning in late November, a monster Q212 finally heads south after holding for two northbound intermodals at CP -102. I was glad to finally be able to get a leading MAC in goo... (more)
A duo of Savatrans ES44’s lead a loaded coal from Sugar Camp Mine to Sitran Mine in Franklin, IN.
A westbound coke train approaching the east switch of the Tokio siding before Ritzville.
A westbound coal train at the Summit of Providence Hill on the Lakeside Subdivision with one of the BNSF 25th anniversary painted units on the DPU.
CSXT 4036 leads northbound and soon to be eastbound manifest Q560 through a pair of classic B&O CPLs at Crossroads Park in the town of Deshler, Ohio
At one time, Union Pacific interchanged a great deal of traffic to Southern Pacific in Ogden, Utah, bound to and from Central California. On February 23, 1985, UP and SP locomotives wait while a t... (more)
On September 24, 2015, a westbound Canadian Pacific coal train snakes along the rocky edge of the Thompson River in Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia. On the other side of the river ... (more)
Three brand-new BNSF EMD SD70ACes lead an eastbound coal train descending the Front Range of the Rockies at Coal Creek Canyon between Plainview and Clay, Colorado, on May 5, 2014.
VIA Rail’s eastbound Canadian curves along the shore of Brule Lake at Swan Landing, Alberta, on July 13, 2013. EMD F40PH-3 Nos. 6427 and 6410 power the 21-car streamliner eastbound on Canadian Nat... (more)
Coatesville, Pennsylvania - "The Pittsburgh of the East"
Here we have what Coatesville might have looked like today, in the 21st century, had the industrial might of the Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: Siemens ACS-64Location: Coatesville, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: N/ATrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 18, 2020
Train 12Z comes south before going into the siding at Bentonville to meet 11Z on a cold November morning. #716
BNSF 5716 & 9059 eastbound with coal loads.