Ge 4/4 I # 605 ist leaving Bergün with a sledgers train to Preda.
A loaded coal train off the Pleasant Valley Branch (Skyline load-out) returns to the main for a late evening trip down the canyon.
We've just arrived on train 255 cutoff the train on two track in the yard and backed down to the depot to take our power to the round house. Brakeman Shalk an orange tagger from Milwaukee Terminal... (more)
BNSF's South Seattle-Chicago Z train heads east across MRL, in wonderful 5 degF temperatures. Quite the contrast to to the day where I had started in south Texas in the low 70's.
The winter of 1978/79 was probably the worst that I can remember on the Lacrosse Division. We've stopped at Cooney westbound on the Ford train cut our train off east of town and stopped across fro... (more)
The winter of 1978/79 was probably the worst that I can remember on the Lacrosse Division. When it wasn't snowing it was way below zero. It was the only year that I can remember using snow plows o... (more)
One of the HRRC's spiffy GP35s rests at the compact engine terminal in Canaan. Peeking through the trees in the background is the town's famous, historic station - looking quite good after having ... (more)
After adding a trio of helper units onto the head end at Kinnear, CP 3090 leads 255 northbound out of Desjardins and into the S-curve.
SLQ 510, which serves customers along the Sherbrooke Subdivision between Richmond and Waterville, slinks out of the yard in Richmond with 22 cars in tow.
A pair of GP20Ds drills the yard in Farnham on a clear morning. Though they may not look like much, I'll admit that I'm going to miss the way they sound.
Former Canadian National 0-6-0 switcher #7470 pulls hard up the hill at Woodland Pines during the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts annual "Steam in the Snow" event. This was the last event ... (more)