RTD 310 runs past the now closed Burnham Shops yard, where the Union Pacific stored many engines.
RTD Light Rail 291 runs past two coal trains which are crossing the Cherry Creek River in lower downtown Denver. A pic from this same place today would reveal a dramatically changed landscape giv... (more)
RTD Light Rail runs past the former Gates Rubber Company plant which was located in Central Denver. The facility has since been demolished and now in its place there are high priced apartments an... (more)
IN 2011 RTD's Light Rail train service to Denver was relatively new (5 years old in 2011). The lines going into central Denver paralleled the heavy used main lines for coal and freight. Today th... (more)
RTD Light Rail 113 stops at the Mineral Station, which is located in Littleton, Colorado and happens to be the farthest extension south of Denver for the D Line.
A woman looks up from her reading to make sure there isn't a eastbound train coming.
A man rides his bike next to the Jerusalem light rail.
RTD's light rail line runs along the former Gates Rubber Company factory, which made millions of belts and hoses for the auto industry. The factory has long since been demolished, in favor of an ... (more)
A MTS train makes the Green Line run through San Diego.
The colorful San Diego MTS (Metro Transit System) crosses a wading pool in front of the San Diego Convention Center.
The RTD D Line brings riders from the suburbs into the heart of downtown Denver.
The weather is as cold as the coal that winds its way through downtown Denver, adjacent to the light rail line that connects the central business district with outlying neighborhoods.
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) Light Rail line runs next to the Joint Line through Denver. Here a local UP freight heads south through Denver while pushing a load of wood, and is pace... (more)
On a rainy Wednesday evening, a Hampton Roads "Light Rail" commuter train (The Tide) passes the "Norva", where there'll be a 2 Skinnee J's concert in a few hours.
Light Rail vehicle (LRV) of NJT (built by Kinki Sharyo/Japan) in front of Newark Broad Street Station, built in 1901-03 by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad.