UP LOG09R heads along the Dominguez Channel as the BNSF YW2622J heads for APL in the foreground.
Four mid-train Montana Rail Link EMD SD70ACes put some muscle into the climb of a westbound BNSF unit coke train ascending the grade out of Austin, Montana, on Mullan Pass on the morning of June 2... (more)
Hulcher crews begin rerailing the dump cars for the Metropolitan District of Greater Chicago after picking a switch the day prior. I would expect to see the SW1s working over the next few weeks...
With both BNSF-served taconite iron ore mines closed due to soft demand for steel, most of the railroad's fleet of ore cars is currently stored with the exception of a few sets running to U.S. Ste... (more)
A pair of TTX heavy duty flatcars carry two 3-foot narrow gauge locomotives built new for the White Pass & Yukon by National Railway Equipment Company (NRE) of Mount Vernon, Illinois. A total of t... (more)
Two gondolas are being converted into Temporary Platform cars at the Bear shops.
The Reading & Northern's hot freight NRFF swings off the railroad's Reading Division and onto the newly built connector to the Lehigh Division as CEO Andy Muller's OCS takes in the scene from the ... (more)
RED, WHITE, BLUE AND PC TOO!
When New York Central 41788 was built in the Despatch Shops at East Rochester, New York and began service in 1956 it was used as an automobile hauler before today’s m... (more)
Temporary Platform Gondolas were recently converted from MOW gons by the Bear shops and deployed to support a track work project on the NEC. They allow high level boarding from the center track wh... (more)
An Air Force centercab is seen awaiting movement to its assigned outbound train at the IHB's Blue Island Yard. Tom Golden photo.
Shoving a boxcar toward the brewery. It must have contained packaging as Pearl was pretty much a regional brand. Nevertheless few would admit to touching the stuff.
Illinois Railway Museum personnel are in the process of unloading Union Electric Company #4 from a flatcar. The Porter 0-4-0 was built in 1946. Tom Golden photo.
A westbound Union Pacific coal empty heads upgrade at the mouth of Coal Creek Canyon between Clay and Plainview, Colorado, on January 14, 2002.
Go For Launch One of the many loads on the rocket booster train cruises down the mainline in south Georgia. Neat how they added the climate control and slack sensor mechanisms to the car w... (more)