The Dresser Turn heads back to Humboldt with a Herzog ballast train with a pair of the ECO's. Here the train hammers along on the jointed rail of the CN Dresser Sub. The CP uses the CN Dresser Sub... (more)
The Dresser Turn heads back to Humboldt with a Herzog ballast train with a pair of the ECO's. Here the train hammers along on the jointed rail of the CN Dresser Sub just out side of Withrow. Guess... (more)
The Kootenay Valley Railway's "hot shot" follows the Columbia River as the train travels towards Trail on a beautiful spring day.
A fresh pair of ECO units lead the 2nd 484 train around the curve at Grand Ave before doing work in Muskego Yard.
A pair of brand new SD30C-ECO units pull the 2nd 484's train down the wash before hopping on the C&M sub southbound for Bensenville.
The Kootenay Valley Railway's hot shot travels east on the former Boundary Sub alongside the Kootenay River as they near the small community of Thrums, BC.
"Red EMDs Shoving into Motiva"
CP 234 heads east through Rosedale with a solid EMD lashup. The trailing SD40-2's may one day be like leader SD30C-ECO 5002, or if things don't turn out well, then pop cans I guess.
With the sun just minutes away from setting, we find K495 tied down at the west end of Willard Yard with a trio of CP units, the leader being a newly rebuilt ECO SD40-2.
K409 highballs VO on it's way back from Motiva, with a sweet Canadian lashup lead by another SD30C-ECO.
After having a little three foot fall I was able to get back up grab this last millisecond shot of CP 5019 (EMD SD30C-ECO) leading the K409 at the French's Hollow rock pile. This is my first shot ... (more)
Morning Surprise at CP5 While "foreign" power on the CSX River Subdivision is not at all uncommon these days, it was thought that this particular train headed north overnight. However,... (more)
Four EMDs leading a westbound cast a nice early morning reflection in a slough on the state land west of Sedan.
A rebuilt EMD sits on the main at Murray with a westbound as the sun rises on the summer solstice.
CP SD30C-ECO 5007 and AC4400CW 8569 at Smiths Falls.