Amtrak P42DC No. 1 leads train No. 2 through Stockham, location of much-used double crossovers in Tucson. The dispatcher has this morning's Sunset Limited on Track 2, where she'll be right to the ... (more)
On a sunny morning in January 1989, An eastbound SP intermodal train climbs the heavy grade at Woodford, CA. The train has just met a Santa Fe counterpart in the north siding bound for the Central... (more)
A pair of CSX GE's bring a string of empty coal hoppers past the signals at Dayhoit,KY.
A westbound BNSF stack train swings through the S-curve at West Chillicothe near Chillicothe, Illinois as it makes its way west toward Fort Madison. The train is passing under the soon to be repla... (more)
Inbound road train from Mattawamkeag passes the dual set of search lights (the second set being OOS) at River Rd on the east side of Fairfield.
Clinging to Life The PRR's position lights are an endangered species. A few vintage examples still cling to life on the mountainside above Altoona, such as this one at PT 244. As an... (more)
One of the last remaining B&O tilting target board signals sits in downtown North Vernon, IN. Three days per week, the Madison Railroad's North Vernon local runs past this signal as they come and... (more)
Q693 passes between the bracket signals at Calgon, having just begun its journey to Shelby from Russell
Q693 passes the C&O era signal at WD Cabin, between Catlettsburg and Louisa on the Big Sandy Sub
A short Q693 passes the C&O cantilever signal at RB Cabin with a rare YN2 Dash 8 widecab leading the way.
The Mattawamkeag - Waterville road freight is running through the small portion of signaled territory just a few miles from Waterville.
A quartet of B30-7s, led by SP 7861 East, are in run 8 as they pull a heavy manifest up hill and past the signal tower at the Hinda Crossovers on Banning Pass.
One of the last two wigwag crossing signals on the Boston & Maine was located at Sanbornville, NH, on the Conway branch. On this summer day it was activated by train DO-1, the Dover-Ossipee (NH) g... (more)