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  1. CSX 6058 GP40-2

    CSX 6058 GP40-2

  2. E/B @ CSX diamond

    E/B @ CSX diamond

  3. NS 6930 SD60E

    NS 6930 SD60E

  4. Toledo grain

    Toledo grain

  5. Norfolk Southern SD70ACes

    Norfolk Southern SD70ACes

  6. Steve's down-under train shots

    Steve's down-under train shots

    Three Hamersley Iron green machines arrive at Parker Point yard Dampier WA with a loaded iron ore drag. From 1995 due to the arrival of the new 70 class GE C44-9W beasts, only six old green machines remained in service.
  7. EFVM 9537

    EFVM 9537

    EFVM 9537 leading an empty train for iron cast arriving at Vespasiano yard.
  8. Locotrol

    Locotrol

    My friend Gutierrez trying to take a picture of one of a remote units in locotrol of 320 coal cars on way to Itabira, MG
  9. Socoimex iron ore mine

    Socoimex iron ore mine

    The huge digging of Socoimex iron ore mine. The photo was taken from the EFVM passenger train that crosses the big hole.
  10. Taconite loads headed to Biwabik

    Taconite loads headed to Biwabik

    The steam coming off the cars was a cool effect.
  11. Iron Ridge Cut

    Iron Ridge Cut

    An eastbound Pasco/KC freight slips past the old old tunnel through Iron Ridge on Mullan Pass.
  12. Green, Yellow, and Burgundy

    Green, Yellow, and Burgundy

    A pair of Wisconsin Central SD45s drag an ore train towards Escanaba, Michigan.
  13. Ore Jenny

    Ore Jenny

    An ex C&NW iron ore jenny in use on the Marquette range to transport iron ore from Palmer Mi to Escanaba Mi on the Wisconsin Central's ore sub.
  14. Interior shot of Windy Pt Tunnel

    Interior shot of Windy Pt Tunnel

    Interior shot of the Windy Pt Tunnel looking to the east from the west portal. You can see the old grade on the right. This tunnel was built in 1913 and enlarged the following year for double tracks but was never used as such. It was abandoned in 1929 and is now apart of the Iron Goat Trail...
  15. Inside the Original Cascade Tunnel

    Inside the Original Cascade Tunnel

    Inside shot of the Original Cascade Tunnel located on Stevens Pass, Wa. This tunnel built in 1900 by the Great Northern Railway is now apart of the Iron Goat Trail and at 2.6 miles long, it is the longest tunnel on a hiking trail system in the US.
  16. Green amid rusty brown

    Green amid rusty brown

    Back in 1989 when I first ventured across the Oz continent to check out the "big trains" of the Pilbara region, I discovered big aussie alcos. Back then the Hamersley Iron loco roster still offered a variety of green machines. In this shot two alcos are spliced by a 60 class SD50s...



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