The first afternoon train arrives in Tacoma, using the recently completed Main 1 track. Where once stood the rickety, yet historic, Milwaukee Road S-Curve trestle, is a sturdy double track bridge... (more)
Earlier I posted a shot of this train crossing Hurricane Gulch. What was even more amazing was that this train was trailing a caboose. The Alaska RR work trains still use 1 of the 3 still in servi... (more)
A small diesel locomotive, in German language "Köf" and V 36 119, constructed in 1940 by Berliner Maschinenbau AG (BMAG).
"Spraying Past WC"
After running to Medina, the crew of the Falls Road Railroad brings their train slowly over the Erie Canal as they enter into downtown Lockport. The bridge, built in an upside down fashion, is an... (more)
Heritage unit NS 8102 is leading CN 527, nearly into Taschereau Yard with 76 cars from Southwark Yard.
The Hartwell crew pulls a second cut of storage cars from deep on the segment between Bowersville and Hartwell, GA.
A pair of MRL EMDs sit at the ballast quarry in Pipestone waiting for a cut of ballast hoppers to be loaded.
The train K906, to Taiyuan.
Cleanup, Aisle HyndmanA CSX Autorack train rolls thru Hyndman, PA on an October afternoon. The bare earth and construction equipment in front of the tracks are part of the continuin... (more)
Ohio Locomotive Mobile Crane MPX 60 lifts a new section into place on the new bridge over the Ventura River. Two cast cement sections placed side by side make up one section of the bridge.
Ohio Locomotive Mobile Crane MPX 60 lifts a section of the last original bridge over the Ventura River. The Coast Starlights No. 11 and 14 were rerouted over Tehachapi Pass. The Surfliners used bu... (more)
A pair of RJ Corman locos brings an empty coal train past the Belford Mine. Locomotives: RJC 3478 SD40-2RJC 8336 SD40T-2
"NYAR at the New Kosciuszko Bridge"
New York & Atlantic Railway's RS-20 passes under the northbound span of the new Kosciuszko Bridge. All that remains of the old bridge are the 2 metal su... (more)
The Chicago Terminal is seen gathering up storage cars on the Goose Island Branch as the City of Chicago continues removing the rails along Kingsbury Street,