A Jamaica bound train with MP15AC's on either end make a station stop at Locust Valley on the Oyster Bay Branch.
A pair of M-K-T MP15AC's, number 56 and 57 have transfer caboose #73 in tow as they head back light to Katy's yard.
The Lake State Railway MP15 #1501 cab end is shown at Metro East Industries in East St. Louis. The LSRC 1501 is the ex-UPY 1394 and was constructed in 1980 as M-K-T #57 and was recently acquired ... (more)
Introducing the first Lake State Railway MP15AC, LSRC #1501! Stripes are no stranger to the first Lake State Railway end cab as it was built as M-K-T #57 in 1980 and later went on to become Union... (more)
The derail tag isn't the only thing rusting to the rails in this photo. The boneyard is where trains go to die. A few examples of which are awaiting the torch after all usable parts have been scav... (more)
A pair of Tacoma Rail switchers sit idle on a quite Sunday morning.
Union Pacific 1433 navigates a maze of switches as it shuffles a lone bilevel Metra car at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago. The signals shine brightly on this dismal day.
The afternoon of March 31st has turned rather dreary although it doesn't dampen the spirits of CSX Y104's "cool crew" which is seen after cutting off their transfer cut on the south end of NS's In... (more)
The afternoon of March 31st has turned rather dreary although it doesn't dampen the spirits of CSX Y104's crew which is seen after cutting off their transfer cut on the south end of NS's Industry ... (more)
WSOR 1503 and 1504 lead one car to White Lime in Mayville.
At 40 MPH and in run 8, a pair of WSOR MP15AC's storm into Rubicon, WI with interchange for the CN at Ackerville.
WSOR 1503 and 1504, both MP15AC's, hold at Slinger while the crew awaits permission from the CN to pass through the junction.
WSOR MP15AC's 1503 and 1504 lead the L599 through Slinger, after receiving permission from CN to pass through the junction.
WSOR MP15AC's 1503 and 1504 are looking great as they pass Slinger Road, nearing the interchange point with CN at Ackerville.