At dusk in Debutts Yard, crews prepare for the night's switching duties.
With the Cincinnati skyline looming in the distance, Gest Street and Queensgate Yards are packed with cars and trains--and even a Sperry Railcar.
Three southbounds idle in the yard as a fourth pulls up at far right on the main line to change crews.
As an SP crewman prepares his helper power at dusk, a Santa Fe eastbound comes down the short grade from Sandcut.
An all-EMD helper assists in holding back 10,000 tons of crude oil as an SP BKDOU descends the eastern slope of Tehachapi Pass.
Three westbounds wait for a signal at CP 35 at the east end of Argentine Yard as an eastbound BNSF stack train crosses over to Main Two.
As a UP northbound waits in the Ney Bypass, one BNSF freight heads down UP's Midlothian Sub while another heads north on BNSF's Ft. Worth Sub at Tower 55.
The DBS depot at Toton has become the dumping ground for numerous locomotives,either stored or withdrawn.Here we see the rear of the running shed,with a variety of engines,including classes 08,09,... (more)
A view of the action below at Queensgate on a rainy Sunday morning, not a GE to be seen.
NCA power concentration very often seen at this yard. Taken just before the start of an electric storm.
A flurry of activity in Pig's Eye is always a good sight.
A torrential downpour at the fuel pads makes it appear like night-time, but it's only 4 p.m.
A thunderstorm is forming over London as numerous class 444 and 450 units go about their duties.When the thunderstorm came it shut several stations due to flooding.
3 tracks, 2 gauges, 4 locos, 3 trains at Heathcote Junction in 1988 AusSteam Festival Triple Run Special: 3801 on standard gauge; D3 639, K153, R761 all on broad gauge.
Typical scene at a snowy Landquart on the Rhätische Bahn, showing Be4/4, Tm2/2 and Gm3/3 power.