A pair of Santa Fe warbonnet Dash 9s reverse L-CHI102 to the main in Hodgkins.
Norfolk Southern train 223 passes through Powder Springs, GA on the final leg of the journey from Kansas City, MO to Atlanta, GA.
After meeting the Boron local just west of here, BNSF 5242 brings its eastbound manifest one step closer to Barstow as it hustles across the Mojave Desert community of Hinkley.
A grain train has just hit the West end of the Creston Subdivision and turned south onto the Saint Joseph Subdivision.
The CSXT and NS have been running thru some interesting power to the CN lately. Also with the CN extremely power short the CN has been using anything they can get their hands on to run trains. An ... (more)
While the Mojave Desert offers a wide range of breathtaking photography vantages...those closer to civilization have unfortunately been tainted with. One of these scenes can be found near the town... (more)
CN 323 with BCOL 4649, CN 2599, BCOL 4643 and only 22 cars heads west as CN 543 at left (with CSXT 3224 & CSX 468 for power) recedes into the distance as it backs up at Turcot West.
BNSF leading NS on CSX. BNSF 969, a Dash 9 with the H1 scheme, leads NS P65 up the CSX's CN&L line from Columbia with a load of woodchips. NS has trackage rights on the CN&L to its retaine... (more)
NS 175 running restricted thru High Point after having PTC issues around Jamestown, NC
Afternoon Intermodal. A late running NS 238 heads past the Amtrak Station in Columbia, SC on its way to Andrews Yard and then to the port at Charleston, SC.
Chicago & North Western C44-9W 8630 with CNW SD60 8036 westbound at Helendale, California on the ATSF Cajon Subdivision.
A westbound mixed freight crosses the flyover at Frost.
Westbound coal at first light. Unfortunately this old signal and wooden platform have now been replaced with a newer steel platform and signal.
An eastbound BNSF meets UP's E RBLDKM above on the Palmdale Cutoff. Power may have changed over the years, but Cajon Pass is no less amazing to see in action.
A little different view of the always busy Tucson yard diesel service area. Note the yard tower in the distance.