UP 5 grand leads a manifest under one of the classic ex CNW coaling towers on the UP Geneva sub. Apparently, someone else noticed this unit was UP 5000, and wrote it on the nose.
An eastbound BNSF intermodal greats the rising Sun at Ancona Illinois, on the fabled BNSF Transcon. It’s opportunities like this that might waking up at 4:30am worth the few hours of lost sleep.
A northbound Autorack train passes under the classic B&O signals at Glendale Ohio .
An NS mixed manifest train flies under the new CP252, and past the old Dodsworth Distilling Company. For Mr. Erik Landrums take on this scene, Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: GE C40-9W (Dash 9-40CW)Location: Carthage, Ohio, USALocomotive #: NS 9073Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August 02, 2008
Two members of the RJC Steam crew watch over the crowd as they stop at Kentucky's Capital. Thanks to all of those who made this trip possible!
Mr. Corman views the progress of his Inaugural Steam Run from another one of his toys - a helicopter!
The crowd at Midway Kentucky gathers around R.J. Corman's new toy, as they stop to eat lunch and take on water.
With no servicing facilities in Bagdad, Corman crews fill RJC 2008 with sand the old fashion way.
RJC 2008 rounds the corner at Duckers. One thing's for sure, this locomotive is impressive at speed.
A pair of BNSF GE's lead NS's Triple Crown under the new signals at 252. Gotta love the contrast of the BNSF orange and the white snow.
A rare lashup to say the least: A CSX B36-7 leads a brand new UP GEVO. It's amazing to see the difference in size between the new and old GEs.
A NS SD60M leads an a solid CSX grain train through St. Bernard.
The southbound 'junk train' J783, lead by a vulnerable SD40-2 still in YN1 paint, passes under the famous Glendale signals. The 13.5 detector set this train at 157 cars. Also note the two differen... (more)
In a day of NS widebodies everywhere, it was nice to see a pair of standard cab EMDs leading a intermodel train.