Rotaries Return to Donner Pass! After a record year for precipitation in Northern California, the rotaries have returned to Donner Pass. SPMW 207, a rebuilt rotary snow fighter, holds the... (more)
Oops! The Rose Yard job split some switches while doing their work this morning.
CN C44-9W 2566 teams up with BNSF ES44C4s 8355, 7190 and 4256 leading CN detour train F30541 05 across the Pembina River between Entwistle and Evansburg, Alberta. This is BNSF's G AVIKAL9 05 detou... (more)
With borrowed CSXT GP38-2 #2732 assisting NYSW GP40 #3040 (hidden behind the 2732), NYS&W's Utica, New York-based UT-1 train stops in the middle of Schuyler Street in Utica as the conductor lines ... (more)
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" departs the unveiling ceremony held at Sunset Station in San Antonio and will soon begin Union Pacific's Salute to the Military Tour. The locomoti... (more)
SP 4449 rolls past the Max mainline and Tillicum Bridge on the way to Oaks Park for the Holiday Train.
The former Providence & Worcester B40-8W 582 has emerged from its exterior/cab rehabilitation and painting to become PWRZ 4007 in fresh Genesee & Wyoming corporate colors. The unit is seen posed ... (more)
Western competitors wait for the torch out east.
A Century of Excellence Assorted power rests around the turntable at Norfolk Southern's Juniata Locomotive Shop. Built as the Erecting Machine Shops of the PRR's Altoona Works (Juni... (more)
As the morning sun peaks the emerald hills above Allard horseshoe, burning off a marine layer, a southbound Union Pacific intermodal from Brooklyn, Oregon slowly climbs the grade, in and out of th... (more)
The unveiling of UP 1943 Spirit of the Union Pacific to Support our Troops at the Sunset Station near downtown San Antonio frequently called "Military City USA"
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Sunset at Winslow, AZ finds a westbound BNSF intermodal train leaving town for its nocturnal run across the desert to Los Angeles as two eastbound trains approach Winslow for a crew change.
This is another of those shots I'd always wanted and just got luck this day and stumbled upon it. It seems a bit like honorary street running and just had an incongruous charm about it.
With the sun just starting to peak over the horizon, IC 2699 leads eastbound stack train Q120, as they pass the turbines on the approach to Amherst, Nova Scotia.
Death of a locomotive..... The CP Rail MLW M-636 that was on static display in Farnham for several years has been sold for scrap last spring. The old warrior is being cut up as of this morning.