Fireworks rain out in the night sky as a line of EMD SD9043MAC locomotives rest on track 57 of the former Rio Grande yard in Pueblo. These units will stay parked here for over a year as they awai... (more)
Union Pacific EMD SD70M No. 4609 gets “sandblasted” and cleaned during prepping for a new paint job in the paint shop at UP’s Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 18, 2015.
Electro-Motive Division SD90MAC-H locomotives, along with EMD’s test car, head through Rocky, Colorado, for some testing at Plainview on February 2, 1998. Leading the way on the west end is EMD No... (more)
On September 5, 1995, a Southern Pacific coal train grinds up the steep 3% grade of Tennessee Pass at Mitchell, Colorado, in a view of “Kindig’s Curve.” On the point of this 105-car unit train are... (more)
A westbound Canadian Pacific coal train passes through a deep cut along the Thompson River in Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on September 28, 2015.
Four new Union Pacific GE ET44ACs lead a northbound freight through the horseshoe curve at Allard, meeting an southbound (eastbound) BNSF intermodal in the Bealville siding on California’s Tehacha... (more)
On May 19, 2015, an EMD HTCR-II truck used under a SD70M locomotive is in the process of being rebuilt in the truck shop at Union Pacific’s Downing B. Jenks locomotive shop at North Little Rock, A... (more)
Led by a quartet of Super Fleet warbonnet-clad GE locomotives, an eastbound Santa Fe piggyback train curves through Lavic on a beautiful March 8, 1995, in California’s stark Mojave Desert between ... (more)
After pulling around the loop and coming out of tunnel 10, northbound Union Pacific No.7643 rolls around the curves of Marcel. The end of the train is still rounding the loop in the upper right co... (more)
Northbound BNSF No. 4251 pulling stacks, rolls along towards Caliente and the beginning of the climb to Tehachapi.
Southbound BNSF No..6851 holds at Bealville for a northbound stack coming downhill.
This UP stack train is cresting the hill at Wyaconda, Missouri on the BNSF Transcon. This locomotive is actually an SD70AH, which is a heavy versionof the SD70 for increased traction.
Mainly a lumber train and some tank cars climbing out of the sag just west of the Winslow yard. Winslow is crew change point. I-40 is in the background.
BNSF EMD SD70ACe 8760 pushes train west near James Ca.
As solid CSX lashups go, this one wasn't too bad. "Double-O Three" heads west past the NYC mast at CP 37.