It's a beautifully crisp winter's afternoon and running as advertised, Amtrak's Southwest Chief splits the blades as it continues its westward journey through Northern New Mexico.
Rushing under the popular PRR PPS Signal bridge at Tipton is the lead engine of 23Z
A westbound NS manifest passes the decommissioned NYC trilight bracket mast signal just west of Swanton. It's twin can be seen laying on the ground on the other side of the ROW. It had already bee... (more)
A classic standard cab SD70 leads NS 20A under the PRR position Light signals at MP 334 on the NS Pittsburgh Line. NS 25Z is stopped on the opposite track waiting for traffic to clear up ahead.
NS 750 lead by some foreign power rounds the curve at Lowell headed to the power plant in Belmont, NC.
Splitting the blades, featured here Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 traverses underneath an illuminated sky as it prepares to knock down the last pair of intermediate semaphore signals that it'll enco... (more)
An old Santa Fe semaphore stands guard on the Albuquerque to Raton line during a summer sunset.
According to a friend, the southward absolute signals at Frenchmen Street are the last Southern riveted steel cantilever signal west of Birmingham and I believe it. Running as AV01 on NS, BNSF cr... (more)
Still dressed in its sharp warbonnet livery BNSF SD75M 8249 finds work as the rear dupe on this eastbound manifest dropping into Mojave. The venerable old Santa Fe motor is passing under the once ... (more)
NS 118 comes though the snow in Lowell, NC with the classic southern MP sign and signals. Snow's like this are sort of a rarity in this part of NC.
Bit of an unusual lash up on 101 today. The big champ little champ combo is fairly rare on through freights let alone flagship 101.
A late Amtrak 49 kicks up plenty of fresh snow as it passes the MP 386 NYC signals in Brimfield, IN.
Stop Signal displayed on this cold dwarf that could tell quite a story or two, if only it could talk.
CSXT 8383 (SD40-2) leads CSX W988-13 west into Indianapolis, Indiana past the old signals at Brightwood.