An eastbound UP mixed freight, likely from the Ferromex interchange at Eagle, Pass, TX, crosses the usually dry Hondo Creek on its Sunset Route journey.
A deadhead UP passenger special heads for home, bound for Council Bluffs, IA from San Antonio, TX. The Tower of the Americas can be seen on the left and the Alamodome on the right above the train... (more)
Three Amigos! A trio of Ferromex ACes lead an empty BNSF grain train on trackage rights across the Sunset Route from the Mexican border at Eagle Pass, TX. They won't hit BNSF rails until they re... (more)
WT&J power with obvious UP heritage (but originally B&O) gets serviced at their yard in Wichita Falls, TX.
On display at Ogden Union Station, a variety of fine equipment sits preserved and under cover.
DPU power on an eastbound mixed freight clears the overpass for the Rock Springs airport. The trailing SD70M is MU'ed to a DPU capable unit making for an odd consist.
A Laredo, TX (and eventually KCSM interchange train to Mexico) mixed freight heads south in the evening light on the former MP Laredo Sub south of San Antonio, TX.
An Amtrak Surfliner heads north along the Pacific coast toward Los Angeles from San Diego.
A pair of MRL GP35s lead the 5th Sub local toward Whitehall, passing through rural Cardwell.
A variety of MRL power congregates in Livingston, including a number of SD45s that are no longer on the roster in 2015.
BNSF's South Seattle-Chicago Z train heads east across MRL, in wonderful 5 degF temperatures. Quite the contrast to to the day where I had started in south Texas in the low 70's.
Cimarron Valley's turn to the BNSF interchange in Dodge City, KS heads west for home, but first it must switch the elevator at Montezuma.
UP's Potash Local exits the former Rio Grande mainline and enters the Cane Creek Sub for its run south to the potash mine.
As a CSX freight heads east along the river and downtown Pittsburgh, the Incline continues to shuttle tourists and locals up to Grandview.
A NS local pulls from Island Avenue and snakes through some crossovers on its way east back into town. No doubt these SD40-2s passed those CPLs many times while wearing Conrail blue.