Crossing the Calumet Sag Channel, UP 4226 leads an eastbound through Blue Island.
An auto train makes it way up Cuesta Grade through the horseshoe curve on UP's Coast Sub.
KCS 4688 had enough this morning and its prime mover apparently decided to "run away". You could see the smoke from 10 miles away. KCPD and KCFD responded to KCS Knoche Yard this morning and watch... (more)
Well Mother Nature is doing her best to make railroading on the Omaha Sub as hard as it can be. Here 4 units wasnt enough power to get thru this drift at MP 408. All 4 units are having different s... (more)
Showing heavy damage, a month after a yard mishap.
Patience pays off here overlooking Main St. in West Brownsville as after watching a trio of NS coal trains go down the street past me, the desired CSX train appears at 03:35, completely dominating... (more)
Central of Georgia 8101, Norfolk Southern's fourth Heritage locomotive, rests under an active night sky after receiving its final coat of paint. Casey Thomason photo, copyright Norfolk Southern C... (more)
Well well... what can I say? This is just the inside of an old interlocking tower, after all! And you, what do you think?
In the epitome of storm light, or lack thereof, an empty coal train races a powerful spring storm across the eastern Wyoming prairie on BNSF's Orin Subdivision. Within minutes of taking this phot... (more)
The long abandoned tracks of the 1907 Bow Tunnel are a reminder of the history of the PRR's Conemaugh Division. The tunnel was closed in 1950 and the line relocated to the steel bridge erected abo... (more)
Eastbound coal train with engineer J.B.Adams passes a business car at Appalachia.
NS 8980 sits on the mainline, laying down a cloud of white smoke and oil all over town.
Do you hear something in the backyard??? This Hi-Wide on NS looks like it is being pulled out of this persons backyard!
An extra West Colton, CA to Roseville, CA manifest waits in the hole at Ansel. A southbound manifest is approaching the siding with the sun already behind the mountains leaving an impressive impri... (more)