A pair of SP GP60s lead the Malta Turn out of Minturn Yard with 25 cars on Sept. 27, 1996. Russell snowplow X-67, built for the Rio Grande in Jan. 1950, awaits an opportunity to clear the yard of ... (more)
"Into the storm." A five-unit set of frost-covered MRL SD70ACe's push for all they're worth while working midtrain on a westbound unit grainer, seen climbing the 2.2% of Mullan Pass near... (more)
An eastbound Canadian National coal train passes Windy Point west of Devona, Alberta, on July 10, 2014. Two newer GE ES44ACs power the train, Nos. 2811 and 2813 in 1+1 (one on the point, the other... (more)
The impressive rock walls of Jefferson River Canyon dwarf Montana Rail Link’s one-car 844 local headed west between Sappington and Whitehall, Montana, on September 17, 2012. The BNSF covered hoppe... (more)
An eastbound Union Pacific stack train enters a cut on the approach to the Hermosa Tunnels at Hermosa, Wyoming, on September 25, 2003. Trailing lead UP EMD SD70M No. 4363 is a pair of GEs from Nor... (more)
Rolling meet at English Eastbound Canadian National train No. 302 meets westbound CN train No. 111 on the curves through English, Alberta, on a rainy July 14, 2013.
Approaching the small town of Eagle, Colorado, an SGVCC coal empty rambles through scenic Red Canyon on Sept. 26, 1996.
Good Morning Colorado! A lineup of Southern Pacific power await a chance to tackle Tennessee Pass spotted at Minturn Yard on Sept. 27, 1996. Winter has a tendency to arrive early in Minturn, some ... (more)
MRL's Day Gas cruises eastward along the Flathead River between Paradise and Perma beneath impressive rocky cliffs typical of this region of Montana.
M347 heads towards Jasper on a beautiful "bluebird" day in The Rockies.
A gaggle of power doubles L513's train into the short yard in Jasper. They'd drop off the trailing 4 road units in the shop tracks before returning to Hinton with the 2 SD40s.
Potash loads blast through Henry House, while temperatures neared the -40C mark.
A snow squall hits 10,424 ft. Tennessee Pass while the SGVCC glides through the famous Mitchell curves on Sept. 26, 1996.
A trio of SP AC4400CWs lead an SGVCC coal empty west along the Arkansas River near Princeton on Sept. 26, 1996.
A pair of tunnel motors have been cut in at Helper, and are now assisting a westbound grain train as it climbs to Soldier Summit. It looks like the caboose has seen more tunnels than the SD40T-2's... (more)