PRR E-44's and B&O F-units await assignments at RF&P's "Pot Yard". This was the major freight yard in the Washington D.C. area.
I spent an afternoon on the BN racetrack getting the E's and got lucky with this shot showing an east and westbound. I'm not 100% sure this photo is at Burwyn (I changed locations a few times that... (more)
UP 8068 leads a manifest up the sag to stoval
The only two F69PHAC units ever built head east with the German ICE Train in tow. The old PRR freight station on the left still stands.
The snowstorm hasn’t arrived yet, but humidity is high in Montana’s Clark Fork River Valley, with fog rolling through the atmosphere at multiple levels playing hide-and-seek with the tree-covered ... (more)
Two brand new MK5000Cs prepare to depart North Yard for a test run up the Moffat road with the SP dynamometer car.
Northbound low level set leaving Anaheim with CDTX 2121 shoving.
A pair of YN2 AC4400's fill the air with exhaust as they get their loaded military train on the move again after a stop in Bergen to inspect a defect. The train is bound for New Orleans from Fort ... (more)
After snowing all night in southern AZ UP 8572 leads a long manifest up the grade to the summit in Mescal. The bridge here in Vail rarely ever sees this much snow.
Freight train #72454 St Jory - Thiviers quarry runs over the Boulet viaduct near Souillac
686 leads SD45-2 5326, a GP60B and an SD40-2 on an eastbound.
Yellow nose at sunrise. CSX Q234-15 rolls over Rondout Creek in Kingston, NY on the morning of Saturday, February 16, 2019 as the sun is just beginning to illuminate the winter scene. SD70MAC 4566... (more)
Illinois Central ultimately acquired the very first SD45 produced by EMD. Prototype SD45 4351 became IC 7000 in January 1971. The 7000 lasted until 1987, when it was scrapped.