Massive freight motor 802 is switching out cars on the South Shore Line at the EJ&E "City Track" connection.
The view of the Illinois Central MU's is out the window of an IC Highliner while I am listening to the engineer give me a play-by-play description of who's on first and which train is supposed to ... (more)
Headed for their cars in suburban Val Royal, homeward bound commuters pay little attention to the ageless boxcab electrics that took them home from Montreal's Gare Centrale. CN 6715 was built in 1... (more)
Southbound freight is heading toward New York and the barge docks at Bay Ridge. The New Haven E-33s already have a history. They were built for Virginian and became property of 3 other railroads. ... (more)
For 54 years, the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western’s original 1930 MU cars served its suburban electrification. On their first journey they were piloted out of Hoboken by Th... (more)
The special train of the BLS, TransRail and RailEvent is departing from Kandersteg back to Basel in the evening. The train with 8 cars of the Swiss Classic Train (former SBB cars, lettered Bern-Lö... (more)
TEE Trans Europa Express
Nicknamed "The World's Largest Switch Engine" amongst local railfans, one of the South Shore's three 800-series motors is seen shuffling cars at Burnham Yard. Tom Golden photo.
Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District train 503 is eastbound on Eleventh Street in Michigan City. The South Shore Line is not entirely flat.
CN 6710 makes a stop in suburban Montreal in May of 1988. I really like these old boxcabs.
Baby It's Cold OutsideNorthern Indiana Commuter Transportation District train #14 kicks up snow as the six car train approaches the railroad's 11th Street station in Michigan City, ... (more)
April 6, 1977, a Conrail Morristown Line local passenger train pulls into Millburn, NJ on its way to Hoboken.
A rather long Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District train is approaching Michigan City's 11th street station on the South Shore Line.
Toward the last several years of their service with the South Shore, a set of Pullman-built electrics make a stop at the Hammond Station prior to heading east toward South Bend. Tom Golden photo.