The best dispatchers anticipate train movements far in advance - and as a result are probably pretty good at playing Tetris! "I've got an eastbound here, a track out of service there, and a ... (more)
It's the 1990s all over again as unpatched ATSF Warbonnet C44-9W No. 695 and C40-8W No. 929 lead a stack train through the crossing at Maltby. CSX YN2 C40-8 No. 7607 trails third.
The last PCC streetcar rolled out of the St. Louis Car Company plant in 1951, so San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC 1165 was built sometime before that. By the time car 1165 was photographed on ... (more)
Municipal Railway PCC 1117 rolls to a stop in San Francisco, California, on September 2nd, 1978. MUNI 1117 is operating on the railway's K Ingleside line, which mainly serves the West Portal and ... (more)
Leaving the mine on the way to Victorville
Some nice standard cab power leads the southbound Starlight. Note two baggage cars.
Eastbound BNSF manifest climbing out of Caliente
The Northbound Starlight with the addition of two baggage cars today.
A.L. Gilbert Company No. 2004, an EMD GP10, sits at the A.L. Gilbert Company mill in Keyes, CA.
This is a PCC streetcar. PCC stands for Presidents’ Conference Committee. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCC_streetcar
In Historic Trolley Car Parade. This Boat Tram served in Blackpool, England from 1834 to 1984.
The Northbound Starlight with the private car "Dagny Taggart" on the rear. Once a former NYC observation car, it now sports MKT logo at the end.
The Coast Starlight