After a week of heavy snow melt and flooding, this rerouted ethanol train rolls south through downtown Milwaukee with a warbonnet on point.
It’s a beautiful spring day in the Hudson River Valley. Two photographers standing on the Catskill Creek foot bridge breath a tremendous sigh of relief as the low cloud shadow lifts as K162-12 ru... (more)
Heading east at CP-SK with a nice Santa Fe lettered nosed leader on a beautiful Spring morning out of Selkirk Yard.
Spring thaw means Mississippi River flooding in downtown Davenport. The CP will run trains through the floodwaters for as long as they can, until the River gets too high. Another engine was on the... (more)
A colorful lash up led by BNSF C44-9W No. 720 descends the 2-percent grade with BNSF's Provo, Utah to Denver, Colorado manifest in Coal Creek Canyon on December 23, 2016.
Ancient BN 1860 (built in 1955 for Northern Pacific) leads a BN peddler as it works around Carthage on the far eastern end of the former Frisco's Wichita line.
Five units, all facing the same direction, lead a manifest eastbound through Bozeman, Montana on MRL's Second Sub seen from the shoulder of the I-90 Frontage Road. The MRL GP9 is in route to Laure... (more)
A classic track-side shot of Santa Fe and NS power pulling through the Gaynor railfan "campground" in the Cascade Mountains.
Lincoln to Northtown freight heads east between Litchfield and Darwin.
The smoke from local grass fires creates a unique haze around this eastbound Lincoln to Northtown freight. The train is accelerating out of Atwater, MN after meeting a westbound.
A smokey haze caused by numerous local grass fires surrounds a Lincoln to Northtown frieght as it slows for a meet in Atwater.
A BNSF bonnet leads a manifest down the Quincy main through Illinois farm land.
High priority manifest train HEVEBAR is crossing the Deschutes river at Sherars Bridge led by two Wabrbonnet GE locos. This is about MP 46.9 on BNSF's Oregon Trunk.
First time I have seen a DPU on a general freight
A unit rock train slowly makes its way over the Madill Sub as it approaches Harry Hines Blvd.