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  1. SOO 4444

    SOO 4444

    The Muskego Yard job pulls up to the 6th Street Viaduct in Milwaukee, WI as it assembles an outbound train.
  2. DSP0503moon_HDR

    DSP0503moon_HDR

    A late fall day at the IRM. Perfect weather. I was walking around with another photograper,concentating on shooting macro work. This scene just caught my eye and I had to try to make it work. Let me know what you think.
  3. W

    Employment with CP in Canada questions

    Hello all I am in Canada. I am going to have an interview for Conductor with CP Rail in next couples of days. I like to know the low down of this whole operation. For a conductor when you first start, is it all on call work and shifts? how many shifts and hours would a newbie be guaranteed a...
  4. PICKING UP USED TIES

    PICKING UP USED TIES

    Work train picking up used ties
  5. Units Only

    Units Only

    CN 853 with 2409, 5503 working it's way West on the Togo Sub. No. cars!
  6. Moose Jaw Geeps

    Moose Jaw Geeps

    1686 and 1501 are the current residents of the west Moose Jaw yard.
  7. Work BCR 4616

    Work BCR 4616

    CN Togo Subdivision on Wednesday afternoon Work BCR 4616 makes it's way towards Dutton Siding to work at the P&H Elevator and lift loads. Shown here is 4616 running long nose Westward at Mile 18 Togo Sub.
  8. Off To the Work

    Off To the Work

    CN 560 heads out with the CN 4798. The track crews were putting in a new switch on the main near Lorne avenue, so he had to take the siding around the site. The CN 112 was right in front of him.
  9. Looking for work

    Looking for work

    Local units 4796 and 4782 had nothing left to do, and began to wander the yards. Atleast thats what they said. They were later sent to do work on the Rosetown sub.
  10. Home from work

    Home from work

    CN 520 apparently didn't have anything to bring back from Clavet, so he ran to the yard light. CN 4703 was on the point, with 4796 and 4782. And yet, no caboose!
  11. CTRW work train?

    CTRW work train?

    Where in Canada can one find an ex-CN SLQ M420(W) with a mix of ex-CP & ex-CN ballast cars? HBR in North Manitoba and CTRW in North Saskatchewan naturally. Not sure how this train got to Montreal, must have taken a wrong turn somewhere LOL. Just love such museum scenes - as good as seing the...
  12. Eastern Alabama Railway

    Eastern Alabama Railway

    EARY Switching Job getting ready to work some lime plants in Sylacauga, Al.
  13. BNSF'S East Thomas Yard

    BNSF'S East Thomas Yard

    BNSF Work Train at East Thomas, Al. BNSF is doing some tie & rail replacing at East Thomas Yard & this is the work train that was on duty working with the track maintenance gang.
  14. Roanoke, Virginia

    Roanoke, Virginia

    NS Eastbound Work Train departing Roanoke, Va.
  15. Just killin' time

    Just killin' time

    BNSF 2347 on the point of an westbound work train sitting on the Skykomish siding waiting for an eastbound Z to pass.He came out of the Miller River Spur with 21 loaded side dump hoppers,used the Sky siding to runaround his train to head west to Everett.At Sky,spilt his load of hoppers leaving...
  16. Work train at Cajon Summit

    Work train at Cajon Summit

    A work train heads into the Martinez siding on a very windy February day. A brakeman was riding on the very first car in the distance. I know he was wearing his gloves!
  17. UP 2MMEEWX - M.J. Scanlon

    UP 2MMEEWX - M.J. Scanlon

    A UP track crew watches the 2MMEEWX go by as they repair track on the UP Memphis Sub at KC Junction.
  18. PAINT JOB

    PAINT JOB

  19. Work train in the Gorge

    Work train in the Gorge

    A rail train heads upriver in the Columbia River Gorge.
  20. Waitin' for work

    Waitin' for work

    CSX GP40-2 6047 and a road slug wait for a crew on a rail train while 6098 waits on the yard lead for the next work train job. Both engines are sitting in front of the old C&O yard office in St. Albans on a dreary winter day.



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