After working various industries around the Rochelle area, a lone GP15-1 leads 20 cars west past the CNW searchlights at Nachusa on a beautiful late spring evening.
Four GE's waste no time leaving Galesburg in the dust as they pass the Santa Fe searchlights at Yost on a muggy morning.
The Southwest Chief crosses the Mississippi River bridge at Fort Madison with Amtrak's Phase IV heritage unit on the point.
Westbound auto racks pass under the endangered Santa Fe searchlights at Toluca on a sunny evening along the Chillicothe Sub.
A loaded coal train ducks under the coaling tower at De Kalb as it heads east towards Chicago.
Intermodal train 205 heads west under the NYC signal cantilever at CP435 in South Bend as a non horsehead SD70 leads the train.
A trio of WE units lead freight train 223 west as they pass the grain silos south of Dalton.
Loaded coal train T444 passes under the C&O cantilevers at Dawkins on the Big Sandy Sub as it heads north to Russell for a fresh crew.
Former BN, SOO, and BNSF units sit in the dead lines at Roanoke as they await to be sold off, scraped or put back into service.
With 15 empties for the NS at Shenango, BLE 867 and 905 head north into the siding at Kremis to meet the southbound ore train.
Auto rack train 27N heads west through downtown Cleveland as a EMD GP38-2 is on the point on a cool spring evening.
Ohio Central 4024 leads the second cut of coal cars back to the main as it twists and turns along the Cadiz Branch.
A loaded limestone train destine for the stone yard at Martins Ferry heads east through Pittsburgh Junction with 4 EMD's on the point on a beautiful spring morning.
Three GE's lead Q711 west under the NYC signal bridge at MP 126 in Ashtabula in some sweet evening light.
Good morning Arcadia.