Manifest departing west (north) from Franklin Park Yard.
A trio of CP SD40-2s hits the diamonds at this location somewhere in Toronto (we found it by accident) in a huge lake effect snow drop.
Rolling in from the east, around the south side of the Toronto Union Station train sheds, a nice mix of Canadian National power rumbles by.
A short stack transfer. I can't recall where this interlocking is, however. Potentially Oak Street Tower looking south.
Alameda Speedway entrance from approach to LAX. This is apparently Butte Street Junction.
Two (looks like UP) Gensets are visible in the southwestern (photo upper) section of the yard.
Nine years ago yesterday, C&NW 411 looks shiny in its livery at the Rock Island Steam Festival.
Coal heading downgrade through the Flatirons. This train will make it to Clay before stopping to let the westbound California Zephyr pass.
Amongst the massive topography of western Alberta, CN 2524 rolls through CP Henry House on approach to Jasper.
Rolling through the Hayden coal plant, this train unloads. The train runs (or in 2013 ran, at least) a dedicated loop between the coal mines near Craig to this plant to supply power to Routt Count... (more)
Pushing through the horseshoe curve at Copper Spur CO.
A crew change in Maricopa and the UP 5486 prepares to lead this stack train eastbound, with the help of one of the UP Olympic Units.
SD60 6011 leads a freight down the curves through Keene en route to Bakersfield and points north.
The United Way SD40-2 leads the way on a cloudy day in the desert.