A pair of Indiana Railroad MACs head south past Jay tower with a coke train at sunset.
An eastbound loaded coal train is dwarfed by the walls of Gore Canyon. This is a truly impressive stretch of railroad!
Who needs a plow? A widecab GP40 bust through drifts the old fashioned way as it leads the first freight since the blizzard down the former EJ&E Illinois River Line.
A matched pair of blue and yellows leads 170 south on the Marquette Sub near La Crescent, MN.
A nice pair of SOO geeps leads 580 along the Mississippi River as it approaches La Crosse.
Only in Hamlet, Indiana can you see SP, FEC, and WSOR power all in the same place!
CF&E's Chicago - Fort Wayne road freight rolls through the small town of Atwood in eastern Indiana on a beautiful fall day.
19K hits the short stretch of street running in downtown Warsaw as it rolls south.
A rainbow consist leads a loaded CP ethanol train east under the bracket signals at CP 417 on the Chicago Line.
A pair of Southern Belles strayed off of home rails to lead UP's Mexico City - Yard Center Z train into Chicago.
CSX ran an OCS from Indianapolis to Chicago on the morning of March 3. After dropping the passengers in Bedford Park, the train deadheaded back south, pictured here through Blue Island Junction.
A neat mix of old power leads a loaded State Line coal train past Jay Tower on the formere EJ&E.
A veteran SD40-2 leads 5 other EMDs on J726 as they split the now removed blades at South Romeny just days before they were removed.
J726 passes the endangered blades in Crawfordsville on its way back to Avon on a beautiful winter day.
A nice wide cab free consist leads Q501 east past the old tower at Walkerton.