The final Vermont Rail System - Green Mountain Railroad dinner train is seen passing the Ludlow, Vermont, Rutland Railroad depot on Saturday, October 21, 2017, with Clarendon & Pitsford GP38 204 l... (more)
We're stopped in the early morning sunlight at the west end of the Hump on Blue Mound One. We've got four 38's on what was the Wisconsin Valley train from Wausau headed for Chicago. We'll change c... (more)
The NECR "Chip Train" is clearing Italy yard at North Junction on it's way to pick up another load of wood chips at Swanton. The train will return to the Burlington Electric Plant with a... (more)
The Conrail Shared Assets Operations local SA35 spends the weekend tied down at the Collingwood Auction. On the other end of this train is GP38 2917.
The engineer on Connecticut Southern CSO-4 gives a friendly wave, as he brings his train south through Windsor Locks.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 is led by high hood GP38 2038 at Emerson Rd. (MP-58.2) in Longmeadow.
Foliage finally fills the landscape as the 3rd last day of Green Mountain Foliage Trains has concluded. CLP GP38 #204 is seen leading the train over the Ludlow, Vermont, bridge above the town.
These helpers are on the rear of an eastbound train about to arrive at Conway Yard. The top of Rochester tower can be seen above the boxcars in the train.
Conrail’s local WJAL-12 switches the Lone Star Cement mill just west of Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
Conrail’s Cement Secondary local passes the site of the former Lehigh & New England Dexter tower. To the left, some cars to be picked up are waiting at the Lone Star Cement mill.
Conrail’s Cement Secondary local passes through the area known as Dexter, where the Lehigh and New England’s Martins Creek branch crossed the Lackawanna’s Bangor & Portland Secondary. From what I ... (more)
Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's TAG GP38 brings a Chickamauga Turn excursion into town.
A pair of ex-BN GP50s shove cars at GM Yard.
TAG 80 sits at TVRM on a warm Summer Afternoon.