J79, the Weller Pusher, stops at the signals at the top of the grade at Home Creek to meet 92J with an ex-CSX PRLX leaser leading a slop train.
A two hour late Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' passes by the ATSF signals at 'Jansen' at dusk nearing its next station stop at Trinidad,CO.
Eastbound NS I40, an extra section of NS 240, kicks up the snow on the former Wabash Railroad line heading to Detroit, MI to load up with Ford Motor vehicle parts destined for Kansas City.
C93 crosses Harbor Draw on its way to Fort Erie, Ontario.
Running as advertised, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief splits the blades as it knocks down an intermediate pair of semaphore signals on this stunningly hot summer afternoon.
The Pennsylvania Railroad signals at MP 307.4 still stand strong in the cold night air. These signals are not long for the world as crews are moving pretty good removing these in favor of PTC. I p... (more)
Only a short time after sunrise, the parade of eastbounds on the Chillicothe Subdivision continues with this intermodal racing through the cross-over at Edelstien, still protected by classic AT&S... (more)
The deadhead move of the 2017 variation of CSX's Santa Train splits through the intermediate signals at Fort Blackmore, VA with SARM's ex. Seaboard SD45 dressed up as Clinchfield 3632 leading the ... (more)
UP 1361 splits the search lights in Sharon. Who knows how long these relics will remain in place.
NS 25V turns South at Fostoria and into the bright morning daylight with SD70ACC 1800 leading
NS 8520 and 2 trailing Dash 8.5s lead stone loads north through Emporium on the Buffalo Line.
The first of the SD70ACC rebuilds leads 25V west through CP Pack, where signal upgrades are on sight, just waiting to be installed, and ultimately cut into use.
UP 1983 leads a heavy Fort Worth to West Colton manifest up the steep 2% grade at chamiso.
Juniata Terminal E8As led an OCS train for the Lexington Group across various pieces of Conrail Shared Assets trackage in Northern and Central New Jersey on Halloween 2015. Here they cross the dia... (more)