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  1. Road Slug

    Road Slug

    CSX Road Slug #2300, a rebuilt GP30, gets ready to start the day at Apex, North Carolina.
  2. Austin Creek trestle

    Austin Creek trestle

    A closer view of Austin Creek Trestle on Mullan Pass
  3. Scenic Mullan Pass

    Scenic Mullan Pass

    One can get a feel for the beauty of the Mullan Pass area & the surrounding mountains from several scenic points along Mullan Pass road. In the distance, you can see one of two major trestles on the Mullan Pass route.
  4. Let's play bridge

    Let's play bridge

    The CN road local crawils over the bridge as the Riverview signal is passable. This guy showed up minutes after the 903, and he had GP38s 4703 and 4782 on. Looks like 1995.
  5. CP 6038 WEST

    CP 6038 WEST

    CP 6038 glides under the old wooden Denfield Road bridge as it approaches the east switch at Lobo siding, mile 5.7 of the CP's Windsor sub.
  6. Milwaukee Road's Columbia River Bridge -  March 2008 Photo Contest

    Milwaukee Road's Columbia River Bridge - March 2008 Photo Contest

    A few miles south of where I-90 crosses the Columbia River is a quiet town called Beverly. Tucked against the slowly-drifting river in the shadow of the Saddle Mountains, Beverly's most arresting man-made feature hasn't been used for its intended purpose in nearly three decades, now merely...
  7. Moving Coal

    Moving Coal

    A late-night coal train makes its way to the steam plant in Centralia, WA.
  8. CN 5439 WEST

    CN 5439 WEST

    The sun has just cleared the treeline at 0632 on this first day of summer as US bound CN 5439 charges west at MP5.8 of the CN's Strathroy Sub.
  9. CN 5737 EAST

    CN 5737 EAST

    CN 5737 runs eastbound at mile5.8 on the CN's Strathroy Sub just west of London. The CP's Windsor Sub parallels the CN at this point for a couple of miles. The old wooden Denfield Road bridge crosses both mains. June 22/07
  10. Amtrak #161 on the Eastbound Empire Builder near Skamania, Washington

    Amtrak #161 on the Eastbound Empire Builder near Skamania, Washington

    Here is a single unit which is unusual for the Portland Section of Eastbound Empire Builder passing St. Cloud Road just minutes before meeting a train in the hole at Skamania, Washington.
  11. MRL GP35's headed west on the PASTAC at St. Cloud Rd.

    MRL GP35's headed west on the PASTAC at St. Cloud Rd.

    MRL #404 is the 3rd of the 3 GP35's on the M-PASTAC-1-11A. The PASTAC had an EMD SD60 #9029 along with FURX #7249 as the second unit. The MRL GP35's were dead in tow.
  12. MRL GP35's headed west on the PASTAC at St. Cloud Rd.

    MRL GP35's headed west on the PASTAC at St. Cloud Rd.

    MRL #405 is the 2nd of the 3 GP35's on the M-PASTAC-1-11A. The PASTAC had an EMD SD60 #9029 along with FURX #7249 as the second unit. The MRL GP35's were dead in tow.
  13. MRL GP35's headed west on the PASTAC at St. Cloud Road

    MRL GP35's headed west on the PASTAC at St. Cloud Road

    MRL #403 is the 1st of 3 GP35's on the M-PASTAC-1-11A. The PASTAC had an EMD SD60 #9029 along with FURX #7249 as the second unit. The MRL GP35's were dead in tow.
  14. HLCX & UP @ Coast Engine and Equipment Co. (CEECO)

    HLCX & UP @ Coast Engine and Equipment Co. (CEECO)

    Here is HLCX #3839 along with the UP #5261 sitting at CEECO along with the Milwaukee Road E unit sitting on the south side of the property.. #3839 looks like it was just painted and emerged from the paint booth that very same day..
  15. BNSF #9229 North at Evaline, Washington

    BNSF #9229 North at Evaline, Washington

    BNSF #9229 North at Avery Road W in Evaline, Washington. This is a coal train bound for the power plant at Centralia, Washington. The #9229 is bathing in the last light as the clouds are on the increase creating low light conditions.
  16. Soo Line #1003 Caboose Hop June 30 2007

    Soo Line #1003 Caboose Hop June 30 2007

    Soo Line #1003 2-8-2 Mikado ran a caboose hop from Hartford, WI to Whitewater, WI to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of Whitwater's "Homecoming Festival"
  17. Milwaukee Road Caboose

    Milwaukee Road Caboose

    This restored Milwaukee Road ribside caboose is used by the Soo #1003 group to pull behind the #1003 on steam excursions. It was recently completed and when not running it sits at Wisconsin Auto Musuem in Hartford, WI
  18. Milwaukee Road SD9 #500

    Milwaukee Road SD9 #500

    Sitting by the Bensenville engine house. May 1983
  19. End of the road

    End of the road

    WE #3004 is at the end of it trip as it approches the industrial spur in Strretsboro. Once there the crew will shove the cut of cars up to Aurora Plastics.
  20. Galesburg RR Days 1997

    Galesburg RR Days 1997

    In the Spring of 1997, the City of Galesburg, IL sponsored their annual Railroad Days with that year's dignitaries; Milwaukee Road S3 #261 and Burlington Route E5 #9911-A.




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