A Snowbird with a Complicated HistoryA few years after AL Gilbert's Alco S6 switcher was damaged in a collis... (more)
Panama Canal Railway 1856 and another F40PH 4th out sandwich 2 other EMDs on an intermodal bound for P.I.T. (Pacific Intermodal Terminal) near the capitol city. These trains usually run in twos, h... (more)
PCRC 1863 leads the daily (M-F) Panama City-Colon passenger train towards the capitol, finishing another run alongside one of the greatest wonders of the modern world, the Panama Canal.
Waterloo Station is known as one of the busiest stations in the country and it certainly lives up to it`s reputaton. Here we see an aerial view of it taken from nearly 400 ft. up on the London Eye... (more)
Train 49, The Capital A Roger Puta Photograph
One of the New Haven P32AC-DMs leads a Metro North train to Poughkeepsie.
Copper Range S-12 No. 200 rests outside at the LSRM while members of the Soo Line Historical Society (DSS&A Division) continue restoration efforts on the Baldwin that spent its working life in Mic... (more)
The Chessie System Dash 7 has arrived at the Lakeshore Railway Museum in North East, PA.
D-L's deadline is always changing and always interesting. Leading the line is a GP8. Delivered new to the Delaware Lackawanna & Western as #959 as a GP7. Then Erie Lackawanna 1278.
It made it to... (more)
Southbound Turboliner at Mayfair Junction.
Welcome to daylight for the first North American Genesee & Wyoming 3rd generation EMD locomotive, Providence & Worcester SD70M-2 4302. The unit was released from the paint booth today in St. Alba... (more)
NYSW/D&H train PYRP passes the ex Reading RR station at Phoenixville, PA. The 4020 is only a few days old and is still quite clean.
Amtrak's eastbound "Cardinal" heading for a meet with NS 35Q at Calverton.
0902 shows off its week old coat of paint as she departs with the dinner train.
With a trio of ''Blue Barns'', Central Maine & Quebec Job#2 is idling away before departure later in the day.