The late evening sun shines on 15T as it heads south through the small town of Glasgow passing the N&W CPL's on the NS Roanoke District.
Winter storm Helena has dumped around six inches of snow in the James River valley as T200 crosses the James River with a train of black diamonds headed east.
Mixed freight 15T heads south for Roanoke as it passes the classic N&W CPL's at Pkin on a frigid afternoon.
Loaded coal train T402 heads east into the short Wasp Rock Tunnel along the James River Sub on a beautiful winter morning.
Running on the former Virginian mainline to Norfolk, loaded coal train 820 heads east over Kate's Creek trestle on the NS Altavista District on a beautiful winter afternoon.
A pair of former Burlington Northern SD40-2's lead westbound auto rack train Q227 under the NYC signal bridge at MP 126 in Ashtabula.
On a sunny afternoon, CN 2126 leads NS train 369 south down Hickory Street in Warsaw, Indiana.
After bringing in freight train 308 from Chicago, a pair of BC Rail units along with a CN and NS unit wait for the conductor to throw the switch so the locomotives can head over to be serviced.
The last rays of sun shine on a cold day in Fostoria as NS 5195 keeps switching around various strings of auto racks at the mixing center.
A former Indiana Railroad 90Mac leads intermodal train 205 west across the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland on a gloomy winter morning.
A pair of YN2 AC44's lead empty coal hoppers west across the Youghiogheny River on a beautiful summer morning.
Lake effect snow is piling up as a trio of IC SD70's lead a loaded ore train to a crew change at Greenville as they head south on a winter's day.
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A trio of CN motors and a Bessemer unit lead a ballast train around the sweeping curve out of Butler as they continue to dump ballast along the mainline.
A rainbow lash up of Wheeling & Lake Erie locomotives lead an eastbound freight over the Huron River at Monroeville on a sunny fall morning.