The 2:30 pm Pine Creek Railroad excursion train makes its way around the loop at Allaire State Park. A US Army 25-Tonner leads the way followed by a former Canadian National railcar and a Jersey C... (more)
A tiny GE switcher locomotive sits outside the scale house at GE Transportation's Erie Plant.
A Proper Little Train
A classic Jersey Central wooden caboose (CNJ 91155) marks the hind end of the Pine Creek Railroad's excursion consist. This caboose was re-trucked to 3 ft gauge ... (more)
The Jersey 3-Footer
A Pine Creek Railroad excursion departs the station at Allaire State Park on a fine autumn afternoon. The New Jersey Museum of Transportation operates a 3 ft gauge... (more)
A Jersey Shore Steel switcher maneuvers a gondola full of scrap onto the transfer table. The facility once belonged to the New York Central.
Hidden away in an old steel mill in Gadsden, Alabama, are a pair of General Electric 25-ton diesels. Now known as the Gadsden Industrial Park, these locomotives have been stenciled as such: GIP 2... (more)
Torch on a Train: The 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay took to the rails for one of its legs while in Huntsville. The torch bearer on the train's outbound journey was a 13-year old youth athle... (more)
Torch on a Train: The 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay took to the rails for one of its legs while in Huntsville. The torch bearer seen walking out of the compound delivered the torch to one o... (more)
The Portage Flyer loads up for the last run of the first day of the 2015 operating season.
Gifford Hill's GE 25-ton at Waco, TX || May 1976
This critter was tucked away in the Nevada Northern engine house.
On Saturday Evening this locomotive and it's coaches will be all lit up to deliver kids to see Santa at Fairy Lake Station at the other end of the line. Today we came in to clear the line in prepa... (more)
Trackside Treasure: Portage Flyer passengers focus their attention on the train as they stretch their legs on the station platform in the background while we focus ours on this odd little h... (more)
Well this is something you don't see everyday. It's very rare to see the U.S Union Army waiting for a train. Must be off to the Civil War. Is it 1861 or 2013?