Having just entered the 4% grade, the train is working very hard as it enters the Narrows.
D&RGW 315 pulls a short freight up to Cumbres outside of Antonito with the sounds echoing everywhere.
The race is on! Two SD40-2s running long hood forward race each other to the diamond on the N&W line in Marion. Both had been stopped a couple hundred feet back, but are now putting on a show fo... (more)
A GE charges north over the diamonds and past AC Tower.
A CSX local complete with caboose works its way through Fostoria, on and off the main to stay clear of the through freights.
The eastbound train fights hard up a visible grade past Coxo on its way to Windy Point.
After seeing John West's picture (172893) of this scene from the 1960s, I wanted to get my own shot of it. It is amazing how much as changed, from the road to the trees.
Catching the last rays of sun, two beautiful highhoods cross the CSX backwards with a southbound train.
Catching some of the last rays of sun, WM 67 and its train round the corner around the river on one last run-by here.
With yet another plain black NS scheme with no nose light, one must thing a little out of the box.
The only westbound of the evening lights up the diamonds as it passes slowly over them.
Two GEs haul a heavy steel slab train through Marion.
Charging after me is 488 crossing the Rio Chama on a beautiful morning.
The engine no one wanted sits alone with some cars.
Running on the wrong main is an autorack, crossing the NS main line.