The conductor of C633 dismounts before the train shoves their 50+ car second cut through the loadout at Creech.
Having just shoved their second cut of empties through the loadout at Creech, C633 waits for shift change at the mine before loading the cars. The clouds are catching light from the sunset happeni... (more)
Making it's way through the frosty Glorieta Pass, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Cheif has just exited Apache Canyon, climbing toward Glorieta proper.
Fog rises out of US Steel's Edgar Tompson plant as three Union Railroad MP15's shove a caboose into the mill.
Loaded coal for Brice, NC pulls from a stop at the South end of Towers siding in the Breaks Interstate Gorge on the route of the former Clinchfield. A very brief pocket of light opened up just in ... (more)
Loads of coal for Eastman Chemical in Kingsport, Tennessee roll through a beautiful scene near Gate City, Virginia with fall colors showing on the mountain backdrop.
Light fades as mixed freight Q541 makes it's way toward Atlanta, crossing a high fill in Emerson, Georgia on the W&A Subdivision.
Autumn sky on the Clinch Valley.
The pushers on the rear of Eastman coal train T090 disapear into the Earth at Natural Tunnel near Duffield, Virginia as an autumn day winds to end.
NS empties roll northward along the NS Appalachia District, the locomotives completely dwarfed by the massive north portal of Natural Tunnel.
Autumn leaves glow in the light of Cumberland Mine's SD38-2 as it works it's way toward the end of the rails, dumping cars at the coal dumper at the Cumberland Harbor facility while day turns to n... (more)
With three step applied, the conductor on mine run C660 removes the EOT, before running the power around an empty train to be loaded at the Spurlock loadout near Printer, Kentucky.
A YN2 AC4400CW rests in the rural Kentucky countryside on a quiet night in early Spring.
A star filled sky glows over an almost empty Martin Yard on a quiet, dead night in March. The only thing in all of the yard is this veteran dash-8 and three hoppers.
Along CSX's Carrollton Branch on the bank of the Ohio River deep in rural Kentucky, the local sits tied down, as silent as the night.