An assortment of 3'6" gauge locos are seen receiving work in the Don River Railway workshops on the outskirts of Devonport, Tasmania. From left to right; 'M4,' an ex- Tasmanian Government Railways... (more)
A view across the yard outside Barrow Hill Roundhouse during the www.wnxx.com night photoshoot. The locos in the photo are on the left 56006, 37503, 20107 & 37521 and on the right 89001, 82008, 07... (more)
Main shed of Mendoza shops, the most important of San Martin Line, and now belongs to America Latina Logística..this pic is seen from the crane.
Taken with permission.
On a warm summer's evening in Southern Indiana, various Respondek Rail units lineup for some night photos at the Rolling Acres Shops. The former Peabody Coal and Algiers, Winslow and Western relic... (more)
A triple parallel run approaches Stratford station, with the London 2012 Olympic stadium just out of sight to the right. From left to right; A class 315 EMU, a Driving Van Trailer leading a rake o... (more)
A high-powered westbound manifest crosses the bridge.
As a westbound that's just arrived cuts off its power, a set of SDs heads for another string of cars to push over the hump.
A three-unit helper pushes hard to assist a long Santa Fe eastbound around the 10-degree curve at Caliente.
Santa Fe Junction is busy here, with northbound BNSF coal empties in the foreground, a UP coal load headed for the Transcon off the High Line Bridge, and a westbound BNSF vehicle train taking the ... (more)
A Santa Fe 975 train passes fields of beautiful but poisonous Lupines as it climbs through Bena.
The all-EMD helper on today's Oil Cans roars through the east end of Bealville as it pushes the 10,000-ton train up the steep grade and tight curves on this part of Tehachapi.
Various EMDs are under repair at the Roseville Shops.
An all-EMD helper assists the lead power in lifting a 10,000-ton BKDOU around the Loop. Below the power is tunnel 9.
At Sandcut, the dispatcher crosses a Santa Fe eastbound over in front of an opposing SP manifest. Sandcut is the point where ABS ended and CTC began as you headed east.