The blare of a Nathan five chime horn from Amtrak's California Zephyr does little to disrupt a quartet of horses enjoying a beautiful December morning in rural Utah County.
While the Alstoms and Bombardiers are growing on me, I'm going to miss these GPs when they're all gone. Here is a look at GP40PH-2 4102, pulling west during the morning commute over the Hackensac... (more)
After a crew change and some fuel, P927 races west as it splits the signals at CP 14 with CSX 9998 on the point.
An outbound suburban blasts by Fairview Ave with a Metra F40PH on the point.
The mountain that gave Montreal its name. With Mount-Royal in the background, VIA 639 (bound for Ottawa) is heading through the Montreal suburb of Pointe-Claire on a beautiful summer evenin... (more)
This Office Car equipment move began the previous afternoon in Cleveland Ohio and is seen here passing a Kudzu covered hillside under stormy skies en route to Atlanta then Jacksonville.
Running about eight hours behind schedule, Amtrak's California Zephyr train 6 departs Salt Lake City on Rio Grande's now abandoned passenger mainline along Fifth West street. Jan. 19, 1985
After spending much of the second night at Sioux Lookout, reportedly due to a freight train ahead with brake problems and then our train having its own brake problems, the second morning provided ... (more)
The CSX business train makes a quick jaunt from Selkirk, NY to Cincinnati, Ohio, offering a mildly rare view of this train traversing the northern end of the system. This OCS has eluded me for muc... (more)
VIA 6459 leads VIA No. 1, the Canadian, along Jasper Lake at Windy Point en route to Japser, AB.
The CSX OCS, running under the catenary on the Trenton Sub, rumbles across the Stony Hill Rd crossing doing every bit of track speed headed for Selkirk Yard in New York.
AMTK 406 - The Phase III Heritage Unit - rests just east of the Portland Transportation Center in a nice late April morning.
This was likely a candidate, or parts source, for the AMT rebuilds. At the time, MMA was contracted for a lot of work with EMD motors.