The "Show Ponies" lead NS 956 past the old SOU Seneca depot as they head northbound, back home to Altoona.
101 Class 35 Hydraulic locomotives were built between 1961 and 1964,and were used on a vatiety of work on the former Western Region of British Rail.The locos had all been withdrawn from use by the... (more)
The once common Southern Railway/Norfolk Southern high hood SD40-2 isn't so common anymore. NS 3280 stands in the early morning hours of July 25,2014 at Gainesville Ga. In just a few short hours t... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Empire Builder arrives at the west end of the Minneapolis ex-Great Northern station as the Fireman readies to line switches into the depot.
The AS&G Gravel train blows through Anchorage Yard en-route to the dump site on a warm summer morning.
Stop! Beware when it comes to train!
NS OCS train 956 storms through downtown Gainesville, Ga. during it's journey back to Altoona.
181 201-5 is a two-system locomotive for 16 2/3 Hz, 15 kV AC (DB; Germany) and 50 Hz, 25 kV AC (CFL; Luxemburg and SNCF; France).The engine is the last one painted in blue.
One of NJ Transit's 13 ex-CNJ GP40Ps undergoing it's conversion from a GP40PH-2 to a standard GP40-2. It will retain its road number, but will be reclassified as a ... (more)
CWR (Continuous Welded Rail) train heading north on the Piedmont Division
The Trail Turn (CP H54) slowly makes its way back to Thief River Falls via Plummer over the old Soo Line Plummer Line with over 20 loads of gravel from the Strata Corporation pit in Trail, Minneso... (more)
Amtrak 184 leads the 390 North through Sigel Illinois.