Missouri Pacific train 153 is on the double track approaching the end of the run at Texarkana Yard in this view from what is now the Interstate 49 bridge.
L&NW 46 & friends are crossing the ICG diamond in Gibsland, LA as they head to the yard office. The swing gate protecting the diamond is quite unusual. The F7A was originally an SP unit.
A meet between two Santa Fe trains just west of Brownwood, TX.
SP 7867 is leading a stack train thru numerous curves as it climbs Beaumont Hill.
A smoking B-boat lashup drags an SP train up Beaumont Hill in 1984.
In this view at Plainview is a BNSF trackage rights train with an eclectic merger consist climbing the Front Range on a summer afternoon.
The MRS transfer to/from the Alton and Southern's Gateway Yard climbs the east approach to the MacAuthur Bridge.
A view of Conrail's Bethlehem engine terminal ready tracks in 1977. The Septa RDC's were protecting Bethlehem - Lansdale service on the Bethlehem Branch that ended in 1981. The 2 Lehigh Valley &qu... (more)
Paducah GP's are pulling grain from the Union Pacific yard in Council Bluffs, IA.
Stacks behind a GP7 on the Iowa Interstate in 1987. The GP in PNC colors was built as Union Pacific 725 in 1953.
Three Missouri Pacific SD's wearing three different paint schemes are on a grain train about to meet at Katy train at Elm Mott, TX. The 3rd unit is wearing the "double eagle" scheme with... (more)
EE 47 (GP38-2) and EE 7 (SW1200) are working the BNSF interchange on the east side of town. It's an interesting railroad with an eclectic roster of locomotives that all end in the number 7. #47 wa... (more)
EE 37 and 77 are on BNSF rails with a sand train out of the Corson pit. The 37 was built for the FEC before becoming an ICG GP10 at Paducah Shops.
Westbound just east of Clinton, MT.
A just delivered LIRR SW1001 sits on the Morris Park ready tracks around the ALCO power that it will bump from the roster.