CP/NS 930 features a Union Pacific SD70M today as it passes the Port Kent Amtrak station on Lake Champlain. This is a seasonal stop for passengers using the ferry from NY to Burlington Vermont.
UP 703 keeps a GATX unit company in the North Yard.
UP 1422 (a former Southern Pacific unit) gets ready to take a local freight out of the North Yard and head south on the Joint Line.
Large train stopped for service.
UP 2752 leads an eastbound train with a colorful assortment of power across state Highway 174 near Strong siding on Union Pacific's Lynndyl Subdivision.
After a meet with an empty potash, a southbound UP grain train from the CP interchange at Eastport, ID/Kingsgate, BC tiptoes across the Sand Creek bridge in Sandpoint amid golden aspen and cottonw... (more)
A loaded coal train ducks under the coaling tower at De Kalb as it heads east towards Chicago.
A 120 car Los Angeles, CA to Salt Lake City, UT intermodal train runs eastbound between Champlin and Jericho, UT on Union Pacific's Lynndyl Subdivision. The added foreign power was a nice treat am... (more)
CSX Z346-02 (NS 362) is easing down Raccoon Mountain grade through Wildwood, GA (MP J-141.9 Wildwood), the foreign line train is no less than 4 rail-miles from getting off the CSX Chattanooga Sub,... (more)
The "other" 844 leads a KCS to UP transfer on a warm Summer evening in Kansas City.
Northbound Cans, pulling uphill following the Sacramento River, round the curve at Lamoine. I hope you bring a fishing rod for the Trout.
After meeting an eastbound, UP 9247 West crawls out of the siding, shaped like a giant "S," at Shawmut. This siding was once part of SP's mainline through the area. The actual mainline i... (more)
Late evening above old Keenbrook along the former SP Palmdale Cutoff finds a Northbound MWCRV working up the 2.2% grade.
Three brand new EMD SD70Ace-T4’s coming at you in eastern Utah. Thanks to a very helpful railfan in the Denver area I got enough advance notice of this MNYRO to get into position to capture these ... (more)
Union Pacific 5996 brings a empty coal train past one of the most iconic buildings in the Kansas City skyline.