When I started taking pictures, people whined about the lighting, so I started shooting from the other side of the bridge. Now all I get is Sunset shots! It get OLD after awhile! You can't even tell what the paint looks like on these things!! The 115 sports a pair of unCanadian locomotives.
This can be seen as one of the greatest things I have ever achieved. For the longest time I wanted to take this picture, but I didn't want to sacrifice the option of close up photos. I knew this Tramp job was coming, but I decided to burn down to the CP bridge in attempt to catch the 456. When...
FL-9RHAC 2042 accelerates northward from Cold Spring, NY. on May 7, 1996. The heavily rebuilt "starships" or "Starwars" FL-9's with their 12/710G3 prime movers and A.C. traction had problems with reliability and were eventually outlived by a handful of their not-so-modified...
Happens to the best of us! Now that the CN 8800s are common as wheat out here, I can't say this train is 'special' or 'unusual'. But, the new power was just too cool. It's strange to see them on the 450.
Night work, yeh I cop a lot of that. After depositing our motive power on the fuel pit at Delec depot in Sydney back in 2001, while hoofing to the zona room, I spied Rail Infrastructure Corp 4819. I forget whether we were round-tripping or heading home passenger. Any hoo, I obviously had enough...
UP 951 leads a UP special South at South Seattle at dawn. 5-13-95
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