A Triple Crown RoadRailer speeds through the last quarter mile of the Dundas Subdivision at Hamilton West.
While the city sleeps, recently acquired and repainted CEFX (CIT) SD9043MAC 105 makes a dramatic appearance rumbling through Rutland leading an ethanol train past the Howe Center at 03:59.
CP 246-13 creeps down the hill at Desjardins.
The power for 640 rests on the engine track at Kinnear. This track usually only knows the weight of a GP9u, not 420,000 pounds of AC4400CW.
Historically, the Blue Train has been South Africa's premier train since its inception in 1938 and is still listed as train No 1 in the current Working Time Book (the first 2 digits show from whi... (more)
Soo 757 and 778 roll past River Junction with 100 cars on train 222.
Fort Madison in the summer seems to be hot, humid and sticky...it was sure a great spot to sit back along the Mississippi and watch big time Santa Fe action in the 70's and 80's though. This eastb... (more)
Fresh Out the Box (well almost!): A refurbished 10M motor coach set on a run-in turn to Wellington
A westbound manifest splits the rock pillars at Bingen while chasing the sun west.
ARR 4002, The Spirit of Seward, is on gravel train duty, seen here on the Elmendorf Siding on the tail end of one of the two daily gravel trains that run during the summer.
Loaded oil tankers glint in the last few minutes of a great Spring day. Passing through the Columbia River Gorge, these oil cans will travel through Vancouver, WA, then north on BNSF's Seattle Sub... (more)
Two new locomotives, one a Dash 9 and the other a Dash 8, pull a westbound Santa Fe pig train across the Alhambra Valley near sunset on the Muir Trestle.
There maybe not be stranger bedfellows on any railroad in the world... FEF3 844 and DD40X 6936. Notice that 844 has its smokebox door removed as part its regular maintenance.
During the steam festival “Baie de Somme”, a diesel freight train is operating between Saint Valery sur Somme and Noyelles.