The Pere Marquette makes a stop at the depot in Holland.
Only 80-some miles into its transcontinental journey, this Z train gets up to speed after leaving the Rochelle environs.
These were loaded autoracks, headed west across Fowler Rd.
A new crew has jumped aboard from the shadows of the yard office and shortly 497 will work their train at Portage before departing.
A WSOR plow move slips past a frozen Monona Bay entering town at sundown.
8836 and sister 8857 lead this CP manifest through Fall River. I was happy to see the matched pair.
Never thought I'd see the day when I'd get excited over a SD40-2 led train but when I got the tip that the UP wayfreight out of Butler had one leading I skipped out for an intercept. Glad I did, ... (more)
The California Zephyr blasts past the depot in Galva. The depot has since been razed.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief has just completed a station stop at Lamy (in the shadows) and highballs out of the mountains and into the great Galisteo Basin of northern New Mexico on the old Santa Fe.... (more)
Amtrak Hiawatha train 332 blasts past the plant at Rondout under the watchful eye of the Operator, doing his job on the ground. This was pre-cabbage days.
WSOR runs the Jordan Spreader over the Madison sub.
Amtrak slams the diamond with the J at Rondout.
A Hiawatha Service train has just departed for the Windy City and the stealthy Amtrak 506 provides the power in push mode on a foggy February day.
The on-time 'Chief is back up to speed after departing Galesburg and nears the crossovers known as "Yost" in the ATSF timetable, leaving no doubt that the high target mounted atop the cantilever a... (more)