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  1. Birch Street in the Sunset - 4-25-2014

    Birch Street in the Sunset - 4-25-2014

    Sunset wasn\'t quite as colorful as I had expected. Still a pretty good one, though.
  2. South Through Rock Spring, GA

    South Through Rock Spring, GA

    The Southern Railway 630 leads one of the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museums Summerville Steam Special trips through Rock Spring, GA south on its way from Chattanooga down to Summerville, GA.
  3. The Three General Electrics

    The Three General Electrics

    CN's primary choices- C44-9W, C40-8M, and ES44DC. It has been said that the CN ES44DCs are having engine problems...Perhapd Hunter Harrison can't understand the 'Quick start' environmental systems in the engines? I can see the CN 115 again, so it must be Spring now.
  4. BNSF GE smokin' it up!!!!

    BNSF GE smokin' it up!!!!

    BNSF #4915 accelerates just west of Stevenson siding after meeting an eastbound.. This was a rare day that the sun was out and the trains were actually moving on the BNSF Fallbridge Subdivision.. To show on a nice spring day, snow is still in the hills in the background of the 4915 on the...
  5. Sounder and spring blossoms

    Sounder and spring blossoms

    Southbound Sounder framed by the first blossoms of spring near Sumner, WA.
  6. Springtime along Samish Bay

    Springtime along Samish Bay

    The first signs of spring are beginning to show at Dogfish Point along Samish Bay, with grasses greening up and the trees having thawed out and begun to bud. Through this scene sweeps Amtrak Cascades train #513, ten minutes into its daily journey from Bellingham to Portland.
  7. Relocated Sping Lake GT Depot

    Relocated Sping Lake GT Depot

    Depot Antiques, in Sprink Lake MI, on M-104. relocated GT depot, about 3 miles from its original location, and turned around to face south. Building is the Spring Lake GT depot, and was moved intact to its present location.
  8. UP 4141 @ Spring Jct.

    UP 4141 @ Spring Jct.

    I took this on 1-3-06. This train also had the MP and Katy heritage units on it.
  9. DAWNED GEEP

    DAWNED GEEP

    Believe it or not this is december 2 days before this years christmas it feels like spring
  10. CN GP38-2

    CN GP38-2

    While CP's GP38-2 are everywhere, in the yards, on branchline duty and on mainline trains, CN GP38-2's tend to hang around large yards, which are often enclosed, being mothers to special hump slugs. That's why I was very exited when CN sent a GP38-2 on a local along with the usual GP9RM slug...
  11. Strange lash-up on a local

    Strange lash-up on a local

    I've been observing this local for almost two years now. It performs switching at Fort Rouge yard, local job to Fort Garry Industrial Park #2 (aka former Manitoba Sugar site) and to the cement plant, which is where this local is coming from. I've seen the following lash-ups for power, with an *...
  12. Working all year round

    Working all year round

    CN crew works in winter and spring. If you look really carefuly, you'll notice that the slugs are different. In the top photo it's YBU-4, in the bottom one it's a S-3. Most often it's a GP9 slug though. The power is always GP9RM. CN 7213 & 203 CN 7251 & 268
  13. Working on the RR

    Working on the RR

    CN pickup moving across the yard. Nothing special, it's a regular occurence, just happen to capture it.
  14. In Early Spring

    In Early Spring

    CP 6025, SD40-2 & SOO 6014, SD60, lead southbound mixed, towards the US border.
  15. CHPJR

    CHPJR

    This is the CHPJR on March 14,2005 at Spring Jct.. It's headed back to the Powder River Basin to get reloaded.
  16. The Arden Is Ready To Board

    The Arden Is Ready To Board

    The Arden business car is ready for us to board July 13, 2002
  17. One last race...

    One last race...

    This southbound run from Syracuse to Binghamton in May 2003 will be the last trip on the Susquehanna where this B40-8 is the lead engine. Engineer Jim Farrell enjoys a laugh as the photographers pace him at 30mph, though it 'feels' much faster in this photo.



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