EF 30059 leads 30203 and DL 9020 on a northbound train from Palmerston North climbing away from the Rangitikei River. The section of line between Hamilton and Palmerston North was electrified at 2... (more)
One of the former CEFX lease units now owned by NS leads Piedmont Division intermodal train 222 north through Lula, GA, at dusk, just ahead of a heavy evening rainfall.
808 + 822 approach Delray Beach whilst working FEC train 222, 1745 Miami-Bowden Yard
DFB 7348 leads DXB 5074 on northbound KiwiRail freight from Palmerston North negotiating the curves between Maewa and Halcombe. The train was much shorter than anticipated so this isn't exactly f... (more)
Furka Oberalp Bahn rack & adhesion Bo-Bo electric loco climbs away from Andermatt, seen far below on the right, with the 08.33 train to Disentis. It is a total climb of 597 metres from Andermatt t... (more)
We're at Devonshire Subdivision's Mile 23.64 as a 2 and a half hour late southbound 422 races past in a flurry of snow with veteran GP38-2 1800 in the lead. If you look carefully, you'll notice th... (more)
It's a beautiful July 2006 day at North Bay as southbound 222 "The Northlander", featuring ONR's last remaining "Chevronized" GP38-2 (1805) supplying today's "ponies", readies for the on time depa... (more)
After bringing a train to Jacksonville, 222's power returns to the service center area. The 714 was the first unit painted in the 'retro' FEC paint scheme, as of the date of this image, 703 has s... (more)
FEC 714 leads train 222 north past the signals at Sunbeam as it ends its overnight journey from Miami and is about to be put away in Bowden Yard.
FEC's heritage unit #714 leads train 222 across the San Sebastian River at 4:17am on "Black Friday".
222 breaks the dark silence as it crosses the famous San Sebastian Bay bridge in the Nation's oldest city, only about 30 more miles and this crew will call it a night.
CP train 222 just east of Loon.
Climbing the grade out of Oakfield with four BAR GP38's #'s 353, 365, 358, 366
Train from Valmiera arrives at Cesis station.