The Christmas Carol set takes a breather in the Amtrak maintenance yard along Lumber St.
Amtrak 511 and a sister rest along Lumber St., with the "Phase I" logo overlooking from the yard tower.
Notice the black trucks on this one. They're normally silver.
NPCUs 90219, built in 1976, and 90368, built in 1981, still bring back memories of their hey day in Phase III paint.
The morning Wolverine heads by the Amtrak Locomotive Shops, who are hosting UP 1989 for a second morning. In an hour or two, UP will move the serviced locomotive south a mile to the Canal ... (more)
High power at Gare du Nord.
Climbing toward Palmer Divide Summit.
All of NS's GP40-2s, and the 3070/3069 still manage to share a coupling. Note the different nose configurations, despite the consecutive numbering, and consecutive origins in the same Conrail ord... (more)
This Amtrak "switcher" still wears a tattoo from its glory days on the Hiawatha Service.
At just before 6pm, UP 1989 leads train #6 a little more than 2 hours late into Chicago Union Station ... this was fortunately timed, as the sun in the summer gets far enough north in the early ev... (more)
Always lots to see at the Canal Street Wye.
Heading a bit late back into Owosso, 4449 bears toward some thunderstorm clouds.
Friday's weather at the Owosso Steam Festival was a huge improvement. Before the gates open to the public, the Berkshires occupy their places for today.