A single CBH is in run 8 as it races under Karel Ave in Canning Vale with a half rake of loaded grain hoppers. These locomotives have quad turbocharged Cummins 3300hp QSK engines onboard.
One of Watco's 6 daily Forrestfield to Fremantle ILS trains passes the Aldi distribution center with another load of containers bound for export.
NR47 by itself works an empty steel train between Seabrook & Grass Valley on one of the last weekends in Autumn/Fall
A rare visitor to the mainline these days, with only 3 DB Class in active service, and 2 of these based in Albany. A Picton based DB is a treat. 2310 races out of Burekup with a loaded caustic ... (more)
P2515 is nearly at the end of its journey from Pinjarra to Bunbury Inner Harbour. The train is pulling 34 hoppers loaded with alumina.
The Vancouver bound Rocky Mountaineer downgrade through Spences Bridge. Not far behind it, was CP's Royal Canadian Pacific with F units.
A Union Pacific stack train on BNSF rails has almost finished its long climb up Cajon Pass. It will remain on BNSF rails until Dagget, then onto home rails over to Las Vegas and Salt Lake City.
A narrow gauge lime train bound for Collie rolls through North Dandalup with S3310 and S3306.
Class leader, 9001 leads 2 other 90 class on a Kooragang Island bound coal train through East Maitland, NSW.
A BNSF piggyback train rounds the curve through the scenic Slaughterhouse Canyon which is inside the city limits of Kingman AZ.
The return of the Salamanca Turn, back to Olean with a C630M & M636, complete with a smoke show.
First light at Barstow caused some sensational glint photography opportunity. An eastbound UP intermodal gets underway on the BNSF mainline, where it will roll onto UP rails at Daggett CA.
An eastbound empty potash train has got a fresh crew onboard as they depart Revelstoke and along CP's Mountain Subdivision, most famous for the crossing of Rogers Pass.
A duststorm at a very localised level covers Crozier Canyon as another westbound stack train heads to Long Beach with 4 of Erie's finest upfront.
Watco's "new kids on the block" were originally built in 1971/72 for the Western Australian Government Railways. They had a stint on the apple isle, before returning home in 2018. The... (more)