West Tennessee Railroad's pair of former ATSF/BNSF B40-8Ws head north a few miles north of Bethel Springs, Tennessee on the old GM&O with an empty grain train routed from Norfolk Southern in Corin... (more)
Shiny GE warbonnets lead a hot 199 train along the edge of Suisun Bay at Antioch.
Early in the morning, an SP light helper waiting at the west end of Cable meets Santa Fe 526 West, a hot vehicle train.
A warbonnet B40-8W lettered for BNSF on the side leads L-CHI102 to Galesburg IL on the BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision.
A Santa Fe 199 train crosses the big trestle at Muir in Martinez.
Providence and Worcester Railroad was generous enough to send their office car train set along with locomotive 4006 which was purchased from BNSF.
Reflections of, the way things used to be? Well not yet, but if Genesee & Wyoming wins their bid to acquire the P&W, it will certainly be a different story a year from now. The P&W equipment was ... (more)
An organized night photo session hosted by Kevin Burkholder was the main attraction of the 2016 annual "Glory Days of Railroading" in White River Junction, Vermont. Providence and Worcester Railro... (more)
Providence and Worcester participates in what might be its last showing at Glory Days of Railroading at White River JCT before being acquired by Gennessee & Wyoming. Thanks to Kevin Burkholder for... (more)
The 2016 - 24th Annual - Glory Days of the Railroad Festival in White River Junction was another success. At the night photo session on Saturday night, our P&W train heads out of town while havin... (more)
A Patched Santa Fe B40-8W and an Executive Painted SD70MAC sits in the Riverbank Yard.
It was a full house at the BNSF engine servicing facility including some interesting power like BNSF 573, a former Warbonnet B40-8W.
BNSF 519 leads the Chicago to Galesburg local, running lite under the iconic cantilever signal bridge at Williamsfield, IL on the BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision. Though The Santa Fe is long gone, th... (more)
It is a hot day to venture out for photos but the variety in the BNSF engine service facility never disappoints.
Now on the Amtrak NEC our last spot on the Passenger Extra chase is along the Shore in Noank as the trains now can coast at a good speed to Providence.