Santa Fe Corwith Yard, now under ownership of BNSF Railway, shot from my Toronto-bound Porter flight back in 2010.
Some ex-SP Tunnel Motors have been added to the mix.
Looking southwest from the northside of the Menominee river valley towards the Milwaukee Road's Milwaukee Diesel House on a very busy day.
The EMDs have it today at the Selkirk Fuel Plant as an ex-Seaboard switcher tugs out a power set from the 'shed'.
The CSXT Mohawk and Selkirk Subdivisions often see a great deal run though power on the many trains that pass through. This day's visit to Selkirk did not disappoint as pair of Kansas City Souther... (more)
A group of assorted CSX engines sit outside the CSX Locomotive Shop. CSX engine 8483 began as a SD40 built in February of 1969 as Missouri Pacific engine 751. It was rebuilt as an SD40-2 and still... (more)
Crews are seen wrapping up one of their biweekly power-washing sessions on one of MRL's SD70ACe helper sets at the Helena Roundhouse. After 48 hours of hard runs up and over Mullan Pass, even thes... (more)
The old coach yard is filled with loco's and cars especially since LINES WEST was closed one year ago. Yellow FOR SALE CMC signs have been placed along the entire 10500 mile system. In four more y... (more)
We're stopped at the west end of the reverse curve between Rio and Wyocena,WI. on the westbound Wisconsin Valley freight train. This train actually started out in Terre Haute,IN. on the CTH&SE and... (more)
various power at Reading's Rutherford engine facility
MKT GP39-2 #364 with SP SD45 #7416 and three MKT SD40-2's.
One of CSX deadlines in Huntington, WV. The SD40's in the line will be used in CSX SD40-3 rebuild program. Another view depicting the first two engines in the picture can be viewed Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)Locomotive: GE RCPHG4Location: Huntington, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: CSXT 9157Train ID: UnassignedPhoto Date: October 05, 2013
Yard tracks full of yard caboose's way freight caboose's and locomotives next to the mainline between the Cutoff and the Wheel Shop curve all awaiting their fate.
We're on the 35th Street Viaduct the camera looking toward the Stores Department where a number of company material box cars are ready for loading. Almost every freight train we handled had compan... (more)